Carefree accords

Welcome to the world of flowery - fruity - gourmand. Well yes, although the fizzy fragrance, as its name suggests, evokes lightness and light-heartedness, being able to describe its olfactory family is a bit more complicated. The different facets that characterize it do not allow me to place it under a specific family. Immediately, in fact, vanilla gourmand notes, flowery notes of lily of the valley and notes of red fruits are evident. The first house to create a flowery non-monoflore perfume, but still inspired by a bouquet, was the Houbigant house in 1912 with the original Quelquefleur, while the first to introduce a fruity note was Guerlain in 1919 with Mitsouko, the first chype with peach fruity notes. Since then these two olfactory families have often met to share with the history of perfume unforgettable masterpieces such as Houbigant with its Quelquefleur Royal. The fruity notes bring a touch of freshness to the classic floral notes, softening the animalized sides, making the perfume not as strong. By the way, did you know that no fruity note other than citrus could be extracted naturally from the fruit itself? In fact, the fruit does not contain oil, which is why when its scents wants to be reproduced it can either be done by chemical reconstruction, or by using flowers that have fruity facets in their notes. This happened when Houbigant used osmanthus, a small Japanese flower with delicious apricot shades, in the formulation of Quelquefleur royal.
Fizzy
Flowery
Gourmand
In nature

In nature

By the way, did you know that no fruity note other than citrus could be extracted naturally from the fruit itself? In fact, the fruit does not contain essential oil (which can only be found in the peel or in the leaves of some fruits, whose oil, however, does not directly recall the perfume of the fruit that we all think about), this is why when its smell wants to be reproduced it is possible adopt two different techniques: either through chemical reconstruction, or through the use of flowers that have fruity facets in their notes. This was done for example when Houbigant, who used osmanthus, a small Japanese flower with delicious apricot shades to reproduce the notes of this delicious fruit in the formulation of Quelquefleur royal.

  • Jasmine is a flower that symbolizes femininity and amiability
  • The scent of jasmine is released from the flower especially at night. Because of its sensual and animalized facets it has been considered an aphrodisiac since ancient times
  • In some parts of Italy (such as Tuscany) the white jasmine flower is used by brides in bouquets
  • Anche i fiori d'arancio contenuti in Fizzy sono simbolo di matrimonio, legati ad una leggenda orientale che narra la ricompensa di un uomo per il dono di questo albero ad un principe, divenuta ricca dote della figlia

My Fizzy

My Fizzy

My Fizzy makes me feel sparkling. In its olfactory pyramid we find important notes such as jasmine, Ylang Ylang, Vanilla and Benzoin, but the skill of its creators made sure that the whole mixture was light and lively. A glamorous fragrance that accompanies my moments of magical madness.