Rose is a popular perfume ingredient and floral fragrance note. It’s also the household name for more than 150 species of the woody perennial flowering plants in the Rosaceae family and the thousands of hybrids between them.

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.