Perfume Recipes For Iconic Fragrances
Want to recreate the most iconic fragrances on the market? Our in house perfumer designed two unique recipes, using accords from our collection, that will take your senses to famous & familiar places. Create scents reminiscent of Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle, Le Labo Santal, and Chanel No. 5.
Read on for the recipes, the breakdown of accords, and all the supplies you'll need to get blending!
amber floral type perfume recipe
This recipe was inspired by the notes of Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle and Le Labo Santal.
- Clean Musk Accord: 50 parts
- Floriental Wood Accord: 37 parts
- Creamy Santal Accord: 4 parts
- Crisp Citrus Accord: 4.5 parts
- Earthy Patchouli Accord: 4.5 parts
- Total: 100
aldehydic floral type perfume recipe
This recipe is inspired by the notes of Chanel No. 5. Introduced in 1921, Chanel No. 5 remains one of the top-selling fragrances today. The eau de parfum was introduced in 1986 as an interpretation of the original.
- Aldehydic Floral Accord: 40 parts
- Clean Musk Accord: 20 parts
- Earthy Patchouli Accord: 10 parts
- Sexy Vetivert Accord: 5 parts
- Dewy Rose Accord: 15 parts
- Powdery Amber Accord: 7.5 parts
- Aromatic Aquatic Accord: 2.5 parts
- Total: 100
perfume making tools & supplies
- digital scale
- borosilicate beaker
- fragrance blotter strips
- fragrance blotter strip holder
- cylinder rollerball bottles