Chypre Accord

CHYPRE ACCORD

Made popular over a hundred years ago by François Coty, this style of accord is one of the cornerstones of perfumery.  The Chypre accord provides a great base to build any type of fragrance on.  It’s characterized by it’s warm and woody base of musk, patchouli, and labdanum contrasted with a bergamot citrus top notes.  Common modifiers that we use with this are rose, sandalwood, rosewood, jasmine, cedar, bergamot, amber, vetiver, and any other citrus.  Although it blends well with most anything.

Pick a Base Note Below To Get Started

In traditional perfumery there are three types of notes, each having defining characteristics. I like to start by choosing a base notes as they last the longest and will provide a strong anchor for your scent. After you choose your base note you’ll be able to choose from a variety of mid and top notes. If you have any problems you can talk to our head perfumist during regular business hours via the live chat.

Each scent is 100% natural and comes in a 3.4 Oz (100 mL) bottle.

  • In traditional perfumery there are three types of notes, each having defining characteristics. I like to start by choosing a base notes as they last the longest and will provide a strong anchor for your scent. After you choose up to three base notes you’ll be able to choose from a variety of mid and top notes.

  • Known as heart notes or base modifiers. These scents can help add character to your base notes, and serve to stretch out your top notes giving them more lasting power.

  • These are the most volatile of all fragrance ingredients and will be the first thing noticed once smelling your fragrance. These notes have very high sillage, but with that comes the cost of staying power. Use your heart and base notes to help stretch out your top notes.

  • Are you looking to create a Male, Female, or Unisex Fragrance

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