The way Scent&Colour
classifies the scents
Scent&Colour presents its products in a very simple way. We have divided the catalogue into 10 different categories; 5 for women, 4 for men and 1 unisex.
-For women: yellow, violet, red, pink and orange
-For men: green, purple, black and blue
-For both women and men: silver
Each category is represented by a colour, which will be used to divide the various families of fragrances. For example, BLUE comprises all the ‘oriental’ colognes for men or RED contains all the ‘fruity’ perfumes for women. Inside the categories there are numbers to identify the different products. You will find ORANGE·18 or GREEN·5, for instance, to refer to a particular scent.
We invite you to scroll down and discover all our colours and their respective fragrance families.
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The citrus scents are made of bergamot, lemon, orange, tangerine and grapefruit, to which other orange-tree elements (orange blossoms, petit grain or neroli oil) have been added. Floral or even chypre accords are sometimes present as well.
Oriental fragances stand out because of their unique blend of warmth and sensuality. They draw their richness from heady substances like musk, vanilla and precious woods, often associated with exotic floral and spicy scents.
Accords composed of warm and rich notes such as vanilla or coumarin are emphasized by opulent woody notes like patchouli or sandalwood. This family is warm and opulent with dry and elegant masculine accords that often contain a dash of citrus or aromatic notes.
Each perfume in this family is primarily composed of citrus scents such as bergamot, lemon, orange, tangerine and grapefruit and other orange-tree elements: orange blossoms, petit grain or neroli.
Scent&Colour offers you an exclusive selection of the best unisex fragrances of the market. We have scents with different notes: citrus, woody, fresh aromatic…
Based on a woody, mossy, floral accord, which can also include fruity notes. The compositions are based on oakmoss, ciste-labdanun, patchouli and bergamot accords. This family is formed of distinguished, instantly recognisable fragrances.
This largest fragrant group encompasses numerous versions of compositions with a floral heart: freshly picked flowers, flowers with aquatic, green or powdery nuances, as well as floral-aldehyde, floral-fruity and gourmand compositions.
Fruity notes have blossomed in the world of perfumery. Normally, the body includes floral touches that complement the obvious fruity notes.
Among these are apricot, raspberry, lychee or apple.
Refreshed by aromatic or citrus facets, oriental compositions draw their richness and sophistication from precious substances such as resin, tobacco, spices and exotic woods notes.
Green notes can add a sharper freshness to the floral bouquet. This family contains of sage, rosemary, cumin, lavender and other plants which possess a very intensive scent or with citrusy and spicy notes.