Aromatic substance designed to emit a pleasant smell.
 Olfactory family
Description or classification of a fragrance according to the principal olfactory characteristics.
 Aqueous family
Category of fragrances with the sensation of cleanliness, with oceanic notes, ozone notes, and sea breeze notes full of freshness.
 Woddy family
Category of leafy fragrances whose aroma comes from deep within the forest, through roots, rhizomes, and tree bark. Notes of leather and tobacco are also found.
 Citrus family
Category of fragrances with aromatic notes and Hesperides chords. Freshness and lightness combined with nature.
 Spiced family
Category of more exotic fragrances for their combination of aromatic notes that usually come from the culinary arts.
 Floral family
Category of fragrances with a floral smell with connotations of subtlety and femininity.
 Fruity family
Category of fragrances with smell extracted from fruit juice, pulp, or peel. The fruity aroma is smooth and dynamic and has a sparkling and happy character.
 Gourmand family
Category of fragrances based on sweet and dessert-like aromas. Appropriate for food sector brands.
 Oriental family
Category of fragrances combined with spiced notes and exotic flowers. The dominant note is usually amber.
 Green family
Category of fragrances with an intense freshness of leaves, herbs, and even varieties of teas. Characterized by the deepest nature.
Olfactory communication establishes an emotional connection with the client establishing a positive sensation and improving client loyalty.
 Olfactory formula
Ingredients of natural or synthetic prime materials that form the palette of the perfumer in order to combine them together and compose an aromatic creation.