Jasmine, one of the most widely used flowers in perfumery
Jasmine is one of the most widely used flowers in the perfume industry. The floral notes of jasmine are appreciated for their delicacy and sensuality, making it a popular ingredient in women's fragrances.
Native to Asia and Africa
Jasmine is native to Asia and Africa, but is now cultivated in many parts of the world. Jasmine flowers are hand-picked early in the morning, before the sun is too strong, to preserve their delicate fragrance. Jasmine is then used to create extracts, absolutes or essential oils for the perfume industry.
A sophisticated ingredient
Jasmine is often associated with femininity and sensuality, but it can also add a touch of freshness and lightness to fragrances. Jasmine can be used as a top note to give a light floral first impression, or as a middle note to add depth and intensity to fragrances. Jasmine is often combined with other ingredients to create complex and sophisticated fragrances. For example, jasmine is often combined with rose to create romantic fragrances, or with bergamot to create fresh, sparkling scents.
Jasmine fragrances can vary depending on the quality of the ingredients used, as well as the manufacturing process. High-quality jasmine extracts can be very expensive, making jasmine fragrances more expensive than fragrances that use other, cheaper ingredients.
In short, jasmine is a key ingredient in the perfume industry. Its delicate, sensual fragrance makes it a popular ingredient in women's perfumes, but it can also add a touch of freshness and lightness to fragrances. Jasmine fragrances vary according to the quality of the ingredients used and the manufacturing process, but they are always considered sophisticated and elegant.
Poécile's jasmine-based fragrances
Poécile's Hespérides Idylliques eau de parfum is a fragrance that transports you to the Côte d'Azur. Jasmine is combined in the heart note with mimosa and limoncello for a fresh, sparkling facet.
We also find jasmine in our Arcadie Florale, eau de parfum, the fragrance inspired by Provence. Jasmine is combined in the heart note with a wildflower accord. It gives our fragrance all its intensity.