Papillon

All Papillon fragrances

only contain the purest perfume oils of superior quality.

Our fragrances are more concentrated than standard eau de toilette products, for optimal longevity.

Source: Bespoke Unit fragrance wheel LL ©2017

Chypre

This olfactive group was named after the perfume Coty Chypre created in 1917. Chypre means Cyprus in French. This sharp scent is based on a harmony of oak moss, labdanum, patchouli and bergamot.
Chypre Floral
Chypre Fruity

Citrus

Citrus fragrances are old and abundant. Its compositions are based on lemon, orange, bergamot, grapefruit or mandarin, with other citrus, aromatic and tart notes for men and floral notes for women.
Citrus Aromatic
Citrus Gourmand

Floral

The largest fragrant group encompasses numerous versions of compositions with a floral heart. Freshly picked flowers, flowers with aquatic, green or powder nuances, as well as floral-aldehyde, floral-fruity and gourmand compositions.
Floral Aldehyde
Floral Aquatic
Floral Fruity
Floral Fruity Gourmand
Floral Green
Floral Woody Musk

Aromatic

Aromatic notes are usually a combination of sage, rosemary, cumin, lavender and other plants which possess a very intensive grass-spicy scent. They are often combined with citrus and spicy notes. Aromatic compositions are typical of fragrances for men.
Aromatic Aquatic
Aromatic Fougere
Aromatic Fruity
Aromatic Green
Aromatic Spicy

Woody

Opulent compositions of woody notes at the heart and accentuated with woody base notes. Warm, mysterious sandalwood, drier and sharper cedar and vetiver, resin-like and balmy exotic sorts are usually accompanied with aromatic citrus notes.
Woody Aquatic
Woody Aromatic
Woody Chypre
Woody Floral Musk

Leather

Leather scents in various nuances, from floral, velvety compositions to tart and smoky ones are placed in this group. Scenting leather products in order to mask unpleasant scent of leather itself, since urine and faeces of cattle, as well as blood and tar had been used in its traditional production, marked the beginning of perfumery.

Oriental

Oriental fragrances with dominant amber are placed in a separate group, thanks to their accentuated warmth and sensuality. Their opulent bouquet includes intoxicating and intensive substances such as musk, vanilla, exotic resins and wood, often accompanied with exotic flowers and spices.
Oriental Floral
Oriental Fougere
Oriental Spicy
Oriental Vanilla
Oriental Woody

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Fougère

Aromatic notes are usually a combination of sage, rosemary, cumin, lavender and other plants which possess a very intensive grass-spicy scent. They are often combined with citrus and spicy notes. Aromatic compositions are typical of fragrances for men. Aromatic Aquatic – Compositions of this group include fresh accords of seawater. Aromatic Fougère – Derived from the French word “fougère” or “fern”. Perfume-originator of this group is Fougère Royal by the house of Houbigant, created by Paul Parquet in 1882. The perfumer extracted the synthetic component coumarin and used it in perfumery for the first time. Coumarin can be found in several plants, such as Tonka beans, and it possesses an intensive scent of freshly mown grass. Fougère compositions include notes of lavender, geranium, moss and wood. Aromatic Green – Compositions of this group include accentuated green notes of grass or leaves and aromatic components like lavender, rosemary and wood. Aromatic Spicy – This group includes primarily fragrances for men with spices and aromatic components that leave a fresh impression. This Fougère comes from the French word for "fern" and resembles a blend of fragrances with sweet top-notes of lavender developing into woody scents of oakmoss and coumarin (similar to the scent of new-mown hay). Aromatic fougère contains additional notes of herbs, spice and/or wood.
Oriental Floral
Aromatic Fougere

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Papillon products are packaged under their own trademark and generic packaging and do not resemble the original designer packaging in any way or form. The original name trademarks are the property of the respective designers and/or manufacturers and are strictly used in some instances for comparison purposes and not to mislead the customer.

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