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Perfume with Jasmine scent

Jasmin flower has been used in perfumes for a long time. In this blog, we’ll explore what makes jasmine in perfume so special, its history, and how it is used in modern perfumes. Plus, we'll introduce you to two perfumes from CRA-YON: Caramel Days and Ami Amie, which beautifully highlight the magic of jasmine.

Jasmine's timeless appeal and versatile nature make it a beloved ingredient in perfumery. Its rich history and captivating scent have enchanted people for centuries. During the summer months in Paris, jasmine flowers are in full bloom, releasing their fragrance. There's nothing more inspiring than opening the windows of our studio and letting the beautiful scent fuel our creativity.

What is Jasmine?

Jasmine is a genus of shrubs and vines in the olive family (Oleaceae). Known scientifically as Jasminum, there are about 200 species of jasmine, most of which thrive in warm, temperate regions. The flowers are typically white or yellow, though some species boast pink blooms. Jasmine is highly prized not only for its beautiful appearance but also for its captivating fragrance, which has made it a beloved ingredient in perfumes around the world.

The Scent of Jasmine

Jasmine's scent is often described as sweet, floral, and richly fragrant with a slightly fruity undertone. It's a complex aroma that can be both soothing and intoxicating. In perfumery, jasmine is celebrated for its versatility, as it can blend harmoniously with other floral notes, woods, and even spices.

Where Does Jasmine Grow ?

Jasmine is native to tropical and subtropical regions, with a significant presence in South Asia, particularly India and China. It also grows in the Middle East and parts of Europe, especially in the Mediterranean. The flowers are usually harvested at night or early morning when their scent is the most potent.

A Brief History of Jasmine in Perfumery

Jasmine has a long and storied history in perfumery. It was used in ancient Egypt for its aromatic properties and was highly valued in the Roman Empire. During the Renaissance, jasmine found its way into the courts of European nobility. In the modern era, jasmine remains a staple in luxury perfumery, often considered a symbol of romance and sensuality.

Jasmine in Modern Perfumery: CRA-YON's Caramel Days and Ami Amie EDP

CRA-YON has masterfully incorporated the essence of jasmine into two of their standout perfumes: Caramel Days and Ami Amie.

Caramel Days Perfume

Caramel Days is a fragrance that captures the warm, sweet vibe of golden afternoons. This scent blends jasmine and rich caramel notes perfectly, creating a comforting and captivating balance. The jasmine adds a floral touch that enhances the caramel's sweetness, making it an exquisite choice for those who love sweet, floral fragrances.

Ami Amie Perfume

Ami Amie is a joyful and fresh fragrance. It blends jasmine with bright citrus and soft musk, creating a lively and comforting scent. The jasmine adds a floral heart to the perfume, making it great for everyday use. Ami Amie is designed to be as versatile and reliable as a good friend.

 Caramel Days 50ml EDP by CRA-YON Parfums

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