Chypre Fragrance


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Although this style has been around for centuries, it was popularized a hundred years ago in 1917 by François Coty with a perfume by the same name ‘chypre’. This fragrance is characterized by it’s warm and woody base contrasted by a crisp and fresh citrus top. Our proprietary blend contains a mixture of musk, patchouli, oak moss, labdanum, and a citrus accord.  Common modifiers that are used with this are rose, sandalwood, rosewood, jasmine, cedar, bergamot, amber, vetiver, and any other citrus.  But feel free to go wild with it and use whatever you like!

Just Remember!  The Greatest Smell Ever…is Yours.

To simplify your fragrance making experience we have divided our gallery of scents into the 3 categories of traditional perfumery.  There are Base Notes, Mid Notes, and Top Notes.  Each of these evaporates at a different rate, and choosing a variety of each will help you create a well balanced olfactory bouquet.