Bonch Lavender – The smell of freshness and French elegance. It is known that Queen Cleopatra was one of the first to appreciate the miraculous properties of lavender, and she regularly used cosmetics based on this flower. It is believed that it was on the basis of lavender oil that the first perfume was created – lavender water.
Dried lavender flowers are used in cooking – even a couple of branches can give the dessert an exquisite aroma. Perfumers around the world use compositions with a lavender base for perfumes. Lavender has conquered hearts in men’s fragrances – a rich, bright scent perfectly sets off and saturates the woody notes in the composition.
Soft and concise lavender goes well with both sweet delicate bouquets and bright citrus and floral. Fougère combinations are not complete without lavender notes, where it adds sophistication to thick, rich aromas.
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