|Ingredients for ~30 ml||%||Quantity|
|A||grain alcohol 96°||73||22 ml|
|A||grapefruit essential oil||6||54 drops|
|A||natural cosmetic fragrance oil Lotus foret||6||55 drops|
|A||natural cosmetic fragrance oil Vanilla Flowers||8,6||2,6 ml (77 drops)|
|A||black pepper essential oil||1||9 drops|
|A||cedarwood atlas essential oil||1,8||16 drops|
|A||guaiacwood essential oil||1||9 drops|
|A||vanilla extract||2||18 drops|
|A||styrax resinoid||0,6||6 drops|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
Transfer the alcohol to a bottle with a lid, for example a 50 ml Amber bottle. Over the alcohol, add the essential oils one by one, put the lid on and then mix well by shaking the bottle.
The guaiacwood essential oil and the vanilla extract must be liquefied beforehand, placing them in a hot water bath.
Seal the bottle tightly. The perfume needs a maturation period of at least one week, ideally 4 weeks, during which time it will be mixed periodically by shaking the bottle.
As a general rule: if it is cloudy or has sediments, the perfume is recommended to be filtered after the maturation period, with the help of a coffee filter paper. Before filtration, it is placed in the refrigerator or even in the freezer for a short time, so that the sediments can be separated more easily. After filtration, the perfume is transferred to the dedicated bottle. The decanting and filtration operation is necessary for those compositions that contain waxy substances or other molecules insoluble in alcohol.
An oriental floral women's fragrance that exudes warmth and optimism. It has sweet fruity top notes and gourmet accords, with floral, powdery middle notes and slightly spicy, balsamic vanilla base notes.