A Rose is a Rose: Creating Rose Based Natural Perfume

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A Rose is a Rose: Creating Rose Based Natural Perfume

175.00

For students who have taken Natural Perfume Blending, Part One and preferably (but not absolutely necessary) Part Two.

Rose is the ultimate heart note.

They are one of the most beautiful and praised flowers, they’ve been valued for centuries in many cultures, and have been cultivated and hybridized worldwide. Smell the roses, literally, and you find a nuanced, multi-layered cornucopia of fragrant notes, evolving, tingling, provoking.

Roses have ingredients which give fruity nuances of apple and plum. Smell deeply and you will find notes that resemble liqueur or powder or sometimes wine. After all rose can take on a myriad of nuances: from soft and powdery, to childlike and tender, to green and dewy, to nectarous, honeyed and fruity all the way to dark, angular and gothic.

Several rose absolutes and concretes will be on hand as well as a few geranium materials to choose from. A nice selection of precious woods, resins and spices are available to work with.

We also have on hand a range of samples of niche perfumes featuring the rose in all the classifications. This class will be a real exploration of the prized flower and it’s versatility. You will create two perfumes in class; one first attempt and one revision.

It’s a good idea to bring a notebook and pen to class. All other materials will be provided.

Saturday, September 22nd
1:00 to 4:40pm
Park Slope, Brooklyn

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