Floral perfumes consist of a single floral note or “floral bouquets” and are usually found in the heart notes of a scent. The notes typically found in floral fragrances come from different flower categories, such as spring flowers, white flowers, roses, powdery flowers, and rare flowers.
Flowers found within these categories may consist of beautiful florals like jasmine, ylang-ylang, magnolia, orange blossom, and rose or peony. The versatility of these flowers, and many more types, allows each fragrance to be carefully created for any occasion and any season.
In the Clive Christian perfume range, we pair the rich and figurative scent of floral with other fragrance families to craft unique olfactive experiences in each bottle. In this article, we will take you through some of the most loved scent types within the floral fragrance category.
The floral family is one of the most popular and broadest fragrance families to exist in the world of perfumery. Often described as “feminine” and “abstract”; floral fragrances are varied and can be combined with a variety of other ingredients, sometimes appearing more dominantly and at other times more discretely.