primarily because most fruits (excluding citrus) have a low oil yield, making it challenging to create cost-effective processes. In simpler terms, when you squeeze a lemon peel, you can feel a sticky and lubricating liquid residue on your hands, but squeezing a peach, apple, or pear does not yield the same result. Fruit-based ingredients in perfumery are often synthetic and require professional treatment to achieve a scent that closely resembles real fruit or freshness.
Fruit notes play an essential role in fragrance composition by enriching the aroma, adding a natural feel, and enhancing the freshness. However, they face challenges in the overall fragrance composition. Nature is the greatest perfumer, and humans have yet to perfectly replicate the taste of natural fruits using synthetic ingredients. Therefore, fruit notes are often combined with other aromas in perfumes, such as DKNY – Be Delicious, which features apple as the main framework with cucumber and floral notes as fillers, or Dior – J’adore, which pairs pear and melon with a soft floral bouquet. Tom Ford, however, has a deeper understanding of the concept of fruit notes and brand style. Instead of making the brand’s product line centered around peach, they give peach the brand’s characteristics.
Tom Ford – Bitter Peach undoubtedly deserves my admiration. It represents a forward-thinking and bold attempt to handle fruit notes, confidently showcasing the brand’s creative vision through scent. The criticism it has received only reinforces my belief in including it in my personal fragrance reviews and challenging the “experts” in the industry. Is there a gap between perfume and the public? Preference is just one aspect of evaluating a fragrance. There are many things that dedicated professionals strive for beyond personal preferences
consisting of patchouli, sandalwood, cedarwood, and oud.Tom Ford Bitter Peach
Combining the powdery and sweet elements of oriental fragrances.
which evokes the softness of cashmere, forming a round shape reminiscent of a peach. Internally, the fragrance is rich and stable, while externally, it adheres to the peach aroma like skin. The contrasting and solid base notes.
Enhance the fresh and watery peach. perfectly embodying the concept of “bitter” and giving the peach a dual meaning of maturity: fruit ripeness and sexual maturity. This clever use of modern techniques allows synthetic ingredients to exhibit complex fruit fermentation characteristics. In the interplay between “bitter” and “peach,” the fermentation sensation is amplified, evoking the aroma of cognac.
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