Orange Blossom

Orange blossom is a perfume ingredient and floral note that adds a floral, sweet-orange scent to perfumes. It’s naturally derived from orange blossom oil, the essential oil extracted from the fragrant flowers of the bitter orange tree.


Coriander (pronounced kaw·ree·an·dr) is a perfume ingredient commonly used for adding a spicy note added to fragrances. It comes from coriander oil, an essential oil that’s naturally extracted from the dried seeds of the Latin-named Coriandrum sativum plant.


Bergamot (pronounced bur·guh·maat) is a citrus tree with yellow-green to lime-green fruit about the size of an orange, whose extracts are used in Earl Gray tea, the original recipe for Eau de Cologne, and as a citrusy fragrance note in cosmetics and perfumery.


Neroli (pronounced nr·ow·lee) is a perfume ingredient that’s extracted from the blossoms of the bitter citrus tree. It’s a popular citrusy note in perfumes, and a commonly found essential oil in cosmetics and aromatherapy.

Calice Becker

French master perfumer and creator of Dior J’Adore, By Kilian’s Love Don’t Be Shy, and Tom Ford’s Velvet Orchid.