Vanilla (pronounced vuh·ni·luh) is a spicy note in perfumes, and the household name for the spice derived from the orchids of the Vanilla planifolia plant, the only orchids known to man that yield edible fruit.


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.