Civet Recipes

 Civet Solid Perfume Blending Guide

Here are a few recipes to help you get started.

Hints: You can blend the solid perfumes in any order. Try varying the amount of each solid perfume too e.g. a lot more lemon and a little less amber. Sniff and adjust the blend accordingly. You are in control so experiment and find what feels right to your nose.

Tip: Try blending on paper with cotton buds. Just layer one solid perfume over the other as you would on your skin. This way if you make a scent you don't like, you won't need to wash it off.

We hope you have fun and enjoy these recipes. Please get in touch if you have any questions.

 

CAPTURE

Civet

Neroli

Tonka Bean

 

INSPIRATION
'The power to seduce. Suggestive, risqué and inviting.'

 

The notes in this blend work in unison to create an intimate and sensuous scent. Bitter green neroli adds sharpness and freshness. Feral civet hints at sexuality and to being untamable. Creamy tonka bean ties the fragrance together with its sweet and comforting aura. 

 

CHARACTER

Oriental fragrance.

Feminine Masculine

 

Evening

 

JASMINE INTENSE

Civet

Jasmine

 

INSPIRATION
'The morning after. A lover's scent on the bed sheets.'

 

Dirty, animalic civet blends with sensual jasmine to create an erotic white floral. Civet reminds our primitive brains of the animals we really are, invoking in our subconscious a carnal, instinctive arousal. By intensifying the 'indoles' in jasmine - a naturally occurring chemical in jasmine flowers that carry the scent of decay - the combination transforms an innocent clean floral into as intense sensual provocation.

 

CHARACTER

Floral fragrance.

Feminine

 

Evening

 

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