A fragrance family is a classification tool that the fragrance industry uses to place scents into olfactory groups. Each family has a set of identifying factors which helps us distinguish scents.
Browse and shop by each fragrance family below:
The classical Ambrée structure is based upon vanilla with gum resins, patchouli, sandalwood, heliotrope, coumarin and orris.
It is considered to be the most sensual and voluptuous harmony to exist within perfumery.
The Chypré family is typified by its inherent warmth and dryness. The classic Chypré structure is built upon bergamot, rose, jasmine, spices, gum resins, vetiver, patchouli and woods.
The Floral family is typified by its inherent sweetness and is as soft and gentle - reminiscent of a scent which might greet you as you enter a floristy.
Considered to be the freshest and most aromatic of the fragrance family. It was the first family of modern perfumery and gave rise to both the Chypré and Ambrée styles.
The classic Fougère structure is based upon lavender, oakmoss and coumarin with bergamot, geranium and vetiver.