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Perfume container size
There are 3 parts of these glass oil-perfume containers
This is an oil-based perfume (non-alcoholic)
Ginger, Clove, Nutmeg, Myrrh, Ginger lily, Jasmine sambac, Australian sandalwood.
Clove is a spicy, pungent-smelling herb. It has a strong, distinctive aroma that can be recognised immediately. With the right amount, it can add a nice depth of flavour to perfume
Nutmeg is a spice that has a warm, sweet aroma, while myrrh is an aromatic resin with a bitter, earthy scent.
Ginger lily has a sweet, floral scent with a hint of spice. It is very similar to the smell of fresh ginger root.
The prized Jasmine in India is Jasmine Sambac. This white flower has a heady, sophisticated scent that adds brightness to the fragrance. Jasmine Sambac has a strong, sweet fragrance that is very intoxicating. It is often used in perfumes and essential oils due to its pleasant smell.
Australian sandalwood has a woody, earthy scent that is very grounding. It is often used in aromatherapy for its calming and relaxing properties.
Overall, Teone created a very "spicy" perfume: Autumn Shadows
It is a good start in the spice fragrance category with its prominent natural ginger, clove, and nutmeg. This attar oil doesn't keep an animalic profile because most of the pungent components vaporise away early enough. The selected spices generally pair well with myrrh and sandalwood. The perfume would have a strong, spicy and warm accord. It would be very intense and would have a woody, earthy finish.
The strong, intense spices would clear his head and give him a boost of energy. The woody, the earthy finish would ground him and provide a sense of calm. This perfume would be perfect for someone who is looking for an invigorating scent to start their day.
A perfume story from TRNP
He stares out to sea, smoking. A cold wind whips grey peaks into foam beneath the promenade. The last ferry departs and the sky turns black. Sun umbrellas flap and tear and waiters hurry to clear away Summer’s last al fresco tables and chairs. Steel eyed gulls watch as he flicks his butt out and into the churning water.
He cannot face returning to the hotel room just now. The foyer’s gloom matches his mood, so he ambles along the crumbling alley behind his hotel. Thick rain streams down from the iron sky as he shelters against a rough stone wall, watching empty taxis come and go. She’s gone. He trembles now, at the memory of angry, twisted linen sheets, and the cruel final twist of her pointed stilettos, leaving. Crushing the tender buds of their love, she extinguished the fire of their desire.
All that lingers in the shadows of their passion is her perfume.
Notes: Ginger, Clove, Nutmeg, Myrrh, Ginger lily, Jasmine Sambac, Australian sandalwood.