Music and fragrance speak the same language: they’re composed of notes.Just like a chord in music, a perfume contains a top note, a middle and base note.
Base notes bring depth and solidity to a perfume. The job of the base notes is to hold and boost the strength of the top and middle notes.
Common base notes include cedarwood, sandalwood, amber, patchouli, oakmoss or vanilla.
Sandalwood is a class of woods from the genus santalum. They retain their fragrance for decades.
Amber is fossilized tree resin. It is warm and powdery sweet.
Tonka Bean is a species of flowering tree in the pea family. The tree is native to central America. It smells like cinnamon(strongly).
Oakmoss is derived from a lichen that grows on oak trees. Prized for its aroma,which is heavy and oriental at first,and then becomes refined and earthy when dried.
Patchouli is a species of plant from the family. The plant grows as bushy herd. The smell has a strong slightly sweet intoxicating scent