Honeysuckle

Honeysuckle. What a funny name for a funny bine. Day after day, you spiral and climb around your vegetal neighbors to get the best spot under the sun. Butterflies and hummingbirds are crazy about your nectar, and the children have also learned how to taste your honey by pulling your pistil from the bottom. You are classified as…

Rose or Amber?

Sticky Rockrose. You are a tough little shrub, bearing extreme summer droughts and the cold Mediterranean winter. Year after year, your courage and persistence made you gain more territory, at the expense of other species. Your fragrant resinous exudate has been valued since the Ancient times for soothing coughs, reducing menstrual pains and especially for their mind…

The Florals

From this week onwards, I will introduce the different families of fragrances according to one of the most famous classification in the industry, created by the perfumery expert Michael Edwards: the Fragrance Wheel. 4 basic groups – Floral, Oriental, Fresh and Woody – divided into 14 different families of fragrances are represented on the wheel. Under the spotlight today: the…