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Perfumer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A perfumer is a term used for an expert on creating perfume compositions, sometimes referred to affectionately as a Nose (French: le nez) due to their fine sense of ...

The American Society of Perfumers - The American Society ...

Welcome to the American Society of Perfumers. Serving our members only organization consisting of established professionals in the art and science of perfumery.

The Perfumer's Resource | PerfumersWorld

PerfumersWorld is dedicated to the perfumer and flavorist professionals that produce fragrances, flavours, aromatherapy and spa products.

Perfume - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Perfume types reflect the concentration of aromatic compounds in a solvent, which in fine fragrance is typically ethanol or a mix of water and ethanol.

Perfumer | Define Perfumer at

Examples from the Web for perfumer Expand Contemporary Examples The reporters working on the perfumer story were told not to make any noise on the story before the ...

Perfumer's Apprentice

A Little About Us. Perfumer's Apprentice was started in 2004 to help perfumers and flavorists of all skill and experience levels learn about and use truly ...


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Perfumer | Definition of Perfumer by Merriam-Webster

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Software | PerfumersWorld

Software The Perfumer's Workbook. The Perfumer's Workbook is a formula writing program aimed at the professional perfumer, flavourist or trainee.

Perfumery School - Givaudan

The Givaudan Perfumery School was founded under the guidance of Roure perfumer, Jean Carles in 1946. Carles had taken young perfumers under his wing and helped guide ...