One of the only perfumery materials which has a heritage of being cultivated in the UK. So ubiquitous we almost don’t notice it, but lavender is having a resurgence with the rise of scents that promote our wellbeing, as we are so tuned in to its effects on our mind and body. One of the first modern ‘invented’ style of fragrance in the 1880s, the fougère, which means ‘fern’, features lavender as a key ingredient to create the aromatic illusion of green ferns. It’s a very versatile ingredient as it smells both herbal and floral, so can bridge the gap between other materials, making compositions more fluid. Smell it in….Two Halves

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