perfumer

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perfumer

, perfumier
a person who makes or sells perfume
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Fragrance Du Bois is a niche luxury perfume house born from the richest essences of nature, crafted by fifth generation perfumers from the 17th century French traditions of Grasse.
Just over 12 years later, she still works for the sister company, now based in Salford, in a role which takes her around the world: "I went to one fragrance house in Germany and the offices overlooked the mountains because they said the perfumers needed inspiration.
Perfumers, known as "noses", create fragrances before labs replicate them.
your work and that of other natural perfumers here is an inspiration to me and I am sure, to everybody else here.
lastly, powdery musks interweave into an immaculate backdrop alongside the talc and rice powder notes designed by the perfumers.
However, centuries ago it was Arab perfumers who developed the techniques and traditions which laid down the foundations of today's multimillion dollar industry.
Their research includes conversations with both perfumers and architects.
The most prominent visual icons here are a large, cruciform mold that Barney fills with petroleum jelly and puts through various dissections and gooey collapses, and a huge chunk of ambergris - the fragrant whale spew beloved of perfumers the world over - that's discovered by a gaggle of pearl-diving girls.
The fresh, authentic notes of Citreatt Expressed Key Lime 4164 enable perfumers and flavourists to capture the true character of Key limes.
It's not a quick and straight-forward task, says Anastasia Brozler, the founder of Creative Perfumers - a London-based company dedicated to the creation of haute couture fragrances.
Perfumers struggle to make every bottle of scent smell just as rosy as the last.