Topics: Perfume, Grasse, Eau de Cologne Pages: 2 (597 words) Published: May 19, 2013
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Line 1: Our project is on Parfum de Grasse
Line 2: The types are
Means citrus essential oils obtained by expression of the peel of fruit such as Bergamot, Lemon, Mandarin etc.. associated with the products of the orange. It is in this group that we find the first "Eau de Cologne" used by women and men. Floral:

This large family includes fragrances whose main theme is a flower. Jasmine, Rose, Muguet, Violet, Tuberose, Narcisse etc. . Fern:
This fancy name is not intended to refer to the smell of ferns, usually includes an agreement made with lavandées notes, woody, Oakmoss, Coumarin etc.. Cyprus:
This name comes from François Coty perfume has called for his release in 1917. '' The success of this CYPRUS'' made ​​it the leader of this great family which includes perfumes based mainly on agreements Oakmoss , cistus-labdanum, Patchouli Bergamot, etc.. Woody:

They are warm and opulent notes like Sandalwood or Patchouli, sometimes dry as cedar and vetiver, the departure is made most often lavandèes or citrus notes. Amber:
Under Ambrés or sometimes also called'' name'' Orientals were grouped fragrance with sweet notes, powdery, vanilla, or animal very marked. Leather:
This is a good training to share an idea of the perfume a little different from what is generally understood. With very dry sometimes score trying to reproduce the characteristic smell of leather (smoke, wood, birch, tobacco.) And top notes with floral inflections Line 3: Grasse has had a prospering perfume industry since the end of the 18th century. Grasse is the center of the French perfume industry and is known as the world's perfume capital. Grasse produces over two-thirds of France's natural aromas. This industry turns over more than 600 million euros a year.

Line 4: Galimard, a tanner in Grasse came up with the idea of scented leather gloves. He offered a pair of scented gloves to Catherine de Medici who was seduced by the gift. Therefore, the...
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