Perfume & Fragrances Information
Fragrance Categories For Her
Fragrance Categories For Him
Fragrance Forms For Her
Fragrance Forms For Him
Do's and Dont's
Essential Oils and Their Properties
Sensory Gift Giving Guide — From her
Sensory Gift Giving Guide — From him
Fragrance Types For Her
Fragrance Types For Him
Men's Perfume Buying by Catherine Tyler
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Vanilla is derived from the seed pod of the vanilla orchid, a flowering vine which is native to Mexico (although most of the vanilla available today comes from Madagascar). The vanilla orchid flower itself is scentless. True vanilla requires extensive hand-processing, and is therefore expensive.
A soft, smooth, mellow fragrance without harsh chemical notes.
A grass with heavy, fibrous roots, which are used to distill oil with the scent of moist earth with woody undertones.
The property of being freely diffused in the atmosphere; easily vaporized at a low temperature.