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Coffee in Perfume

Coffee in Perfume

Coffee in Perfume

No one truly knows where coffee came from, or when exactly it was discovered, but it seems to have originated in Ethiopia or the nearby Arabian Peninsula.

Coffee made its way to Europe in the 17th century, and to the Americas quickly after. 

In its natural form, Coffee looks like a Cherry or Red Grape. The Coffee Bean is a seed found in the center of the fruit. 

Today Coffee is such a common part of everyday life, and it is estimated that over 2 billion cups of Coffee are consumed worldwide each day.

With Coffee becoming so infused in our daily lives, it is no surprise that it can also be found in fragrances.

Coffee in fragrance will almost always produce that signature ‘Coffee’ aroma. Something akin to a freshly brewed up, or freshly ground beans. This is the aroma you will smell upon first spray of a fragrance with Coffee. Over time though, this essence will usually blend into the overall composition, sometimes creating a lingering Coffee nuance, and other times adding a crisp, warm, spiciness to the scent.

Tethys from Giardino Benessere blends Coffee Bean with Chocolate, Rose, and Patchouli. It starts out like a freshly brewed Coffee with a chocolatey depth. The Rose begins gentle and under the surface, slowly growing throughout the drydown, eventually becoming a Coffee and Rose scent. Patchouli sneaks in under the radar, adding a gentle spike at the end.

Golden Dallah from Xerjoff blends Coffee Absolute with an infusion of spices and Oud. Its depth makes you think of the exotic Coffee infusions you might expect when traveling through the Eastern world.

Delox from Tiziana Terenzi is a Coffee and Rose scent. Vanilla and Honey add a sweetness while resinous Opoponax and Cedar add a warm, yet crisp depth. Inspired by sailing around the Greek Archipelago, it conjures images of a Mediterranean town and the aroma of Coffee brewing in the air.

Grand Master from Mind Games is a creamy, Gourmand style, Coffee scent. Kona Coffee is blended with Rose Centifolia and Rose Water to create a beautiful Rose and Coffee scent. Panettone and Blackcurrant come in, giving a sweet essence to the scent, followed by the resinous qualities of Myrrh and Incense to maintain the depth of the Coffee.

Layton from Parfums de Marly is warm and sweet. Coffee lies under the surface, blending with the warmer nuances of Amber and Guaiac Wood. Apple, Bergamot, Lavender, and Vanilla add a sweetness that hovers just about the warmth.

Soleil from Lalique is more of a bright and sunny floral scent. A Caffe Latte Accord blends with Almond, Jasmine, and Mandarin to create a Lactonic essence. The Coffee-like essence is a warmth that lies just under the surface.

You can find these Coffee infused scents, and more, at Parfufumerie Nasreen in Seattle!

We’d love to hear about your favorite Coffee scents:)

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