Collection: Balsamic

Balsamic notes are highly regarded within the realm of fine perfume, and they are known for their soothing, soft, warm and sensual character.

The raw materials that comprise these notes have a rich and colorful past dating back to the ancient world.

The name can be somewhat confusing because they have nothing at all to do with vinegar. The term derives from the Latin word, balsamum, which translates to fragrant balm, and refers to the residue found in the barrels in which the vinegar is stored.

This naturally secreted substance is at first in liquid form, but then it dries and hardens when it comes in contact with the air and releases a potent odor.