This familiar smell is obtained from the fruits and seeds of a climbing orchid unique to Madagascar. Vanilla adds richness and depth to amber base or to many sweet floral waters.
This refreshing lemon-scented oil completely inedible fruit grown in Italy is obtained from. Bergamot, which is necessary for the cologne, is for stabilization and is found 34% in women’s perfume and 50% men’s fragrance in the top notes. Bergamot oil is one of the oldest perfume ingredient.
Nowadays synthetic apple smell or water is obtained by distillation. Apple was a common coke in the first developed perfumes in Arabia.