smell from floral to spicy.
A term used to describe freshly ground coffee.
a distinctive odor that is pleasant
a pleasingly sweet olfactory property
a blend of essential oils, nature-derived chemicals, and synthetic chemicals
a blend of extracts, alcohol and water
a combination of various natural and synthetic aroma chemicals, created in the lab by an aroma chemist
a complex blend of chemicals that are constantly undergoing chemical reactions
a flowery blend of flowery aromas
an ingredient that has been added to the cosmetic product in order to produce or mask a particular odour
The smell of a particular ground coffee. (Compare to Aroma.)
1) The quality or state of being fragrant; 2) a pleasant odor: scent.
the sweet smell of something.
An ingredient that provides pleasant odour to clothes and rooms.
The particular aromatic blend of essential oils added to our fragranced product, making it more appealing to the consumer.
having a sweet or delicate aroma; "ranges from sweetly floral to sweety spicy" (Lingle 23). (Cafe Valverde's Cumbre Premium "AAA" was commented with a "Sweet fruit fragrance" in a cupping competition!).
As a specialized term in cupping, or sensory evaluation of coffee, fragrance describes the scent of dry coffee immediately after it has been ground, but before it is brewed.
Aroma. Products labeled as fragrances are not pure essential oils. They are derived by synthetic means.
The smell of brewed coffee, described with terms such as nutty, spicy, and fruity.
oils: synthetic imitations of essential oils
Related to a coffee's aroma, discerned by smelling the brew.
Any natural or synthetic substance or substances used solely to impart an odor to a cosmetic product. (From 21 CFR 700.3)
The aromatic sensations inhaled by sniffing; can be described as ranging from floral to spicy.
Obtained from plants and primarily used for fragrance, essential oils are well known for their numerous skin beneficial properties.
Fragrance is the smell of dry, freshly ground coffee before brewing.
The sensation of the gases released from ground coffee as they are inhaled through the nose. Ranges from sweetly floral to sweetly spicy.
Natural derivative of essential oils added to blend with the other natural fragrance present.
perfume, aromas, flavour.
Any perfume that masks the scent of waxes and oils or that simply makes a product nicer to use. The fragrances used in skin care products are carefully chosen from a limited list of approve perfumes. Cosmetic chemists are choosy about the composition of the scents they use. Despite the pleasure perfume gives to most people, fragrances are the single biggest cause of cosmetic allergies and rashes among people with sensitive skin.
The sensation of gases released from roasted, ground coffee beans as aromatic compounds are inhaled through the nose.
a pleasant distinctive aroma, usually blended from natural essential oils and concentrated chemicals distilled from plants.
derived from the Latin 'fragrare' (to smell), it denoted a pleasant odor. In perfumery, it denotes the various concentrations such as perfume, eau de parfum, eau de toilette or eau de cologne.
Any natural or synthetic substance or substances use solely to impart a sweet or pleasant smell (odor) to a cosmetic product.
Synonymous with Perfume and Extrait. Better used to describe the smell part of the perfume rather than the product perfume. is for Green see The ABC's of PerfumeryÓ 1998 A-Z odour classification system
A huge category of of complex compounds 'disguised' under apparently 'innocuous' one umbrella term – A fragrance may contain up to four thousand separate ingredients, many of which are known to be toxic and even carcinogenic. Symptoms caused by some fragrances include headaches, dizziness, allergic rashes, skin discoloration, violent coughing and vomiting, and skin irritation. Clinical research has shown that fragrances can have neurotoxic effects including causing depression, hyperactivity, and irritability. Avoid synthetic chemical fragrance in particular – we advise that all chemical 'aromatizing 'products – (sprays/plug-ins/free standing gels and sticks, etc.) should be discarded to avoid creating a potentially toxic atmosphere that you, your family and visitors will otherwise be constantly breathing in in your home. Prefer/choose ONLY products with simple natural, and 'aroma therapeutic' scents and replace all synthetic 'aromatizers' with 'candle-light' natural oil/incense burners (e.g. Use natural lavender oil, natural rose oil, natural herb oils, etc.) Glossary of Terms - G Glossary of Terms - H
Natural or synthetic substance or substances used solely to impart or mask an odor.
Synonymous with Perfume and Extracts. Itâ€(tm)s better used to describe the smell part of the perfume rather than the product perfume.
Fragrance is often used interchangeably with perfume, but they're not quite the same thing – fragrance is the scent of the perfume; perfume is the product itself.