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These are our accords. Each accord represents a perfume family.
try the animal accord Animal- Used in extremely low concentration, animal notes give perfumes a warm, sensuous, exotic note. They add body, richness and depth as well as great fixative qualities.
try the aromatic accord Aromatic- Basil,mint, lavender, and peppermint. All the herbal, fresh, clean, uplifting notes. These notes are commonly used in men's fragrances and top notes. 
Try the balsam accord Balsam- Vanilla, balsams and benzion are the main aromas in this family. Their sweet and natural fragrance is often used in warm, rich feminine perfumes.
try the chypre accord Chypre- Is based on a woody, mossy, floral accord, which can include leathery or fruity notes.  Chypre perfumes have a rich, classic lingering scent. The perfume chypre was created by Francois Coty in 1917 and named after the Mediterranean island of Cypress and inspired Coty's perfume of the same name.
try the citrus accord Citrus- The citrus oils of bergamot, lemon, grapefruit and mandarin smell just like the rinds. Fresh, green, lime, galbanum, tart bright and clean. This group is comprised of mostly top notes.
try the floral accord Floral- Fresh cut flowers. Soft floral aldahydes and fresh powder notes. The heavy florals gardenia, tuberose, ylang ylang and lilly. The spicy floral notes are carnation, jasmine, neroli, orange blossom. A large majority many perfumes fall into this family.
try the fruit accord Fruit- Fruity notes in fragrances are currant and very popular. Most of them are obtained synthetically, with melon, peach, apple, cherry, apricot and berry being the base. The addition of wood and citrus are common in perfumes.
try the oriental accord Oriental- The oriental family is comprised of resins, vanillas, musk’s, animal and narcotic notes. Sweet spices and orange flowers. Soft oriental florals can have Incense, amber, powder and woody notes. Patchouli, sandalwood, teak and exotic dried spices. 
Try the wood accord Wood- Mossy woods, oakmoss, vetiver, earthy wood, sandalwood, patchouli, warm smooth notes.Some aromatic woods are cedar, juniper and pine. Rich warm woods are good in all perfumes they create a great base and longevity on the skin. 
Try the spice accord Spice- Warm notes like clove oil, cinnamon, pepper, thyme. They are warming in character and add richness. 
Try the herbal accord Herbal- A note that is natural cool, leafy, minty, aromatic lavender, chamomile, clary sage, rosemary. Herb oils tend to be sharp and green and diffusive.
Try the green accordGreen- The odor of fresh cut grass leaves. Green notes add lift and vibrancy to a fragrance composition and appear in most combinations to add a natural quality.
Try the gourmand accord GourmandDessert like. Sweet chocolates. Creamy fruity aromas. Yummy dessert. This is a fairly new group but gaining in popularity.
Try the fresh accord Freshlight airy, mostly citrus and floral. A bright morning daytime quality. Green fruit, water, air and sun-like scents.