The most commonly used flower in fragrances, it can have different facets depending on the origin; fresh, bright & lemony (centifolia, tea rose) or warm, syrupy & plummy (damascena, turkish rose). The rose is a truly versatile note in perfumery, it can be pretty and feminine but also sexy and passionate as well.
Also, whoever said roses were only for the ladies?
Smell this in...
Stella (Stella McCartney)
Red Roses (Jo Malone London)
Portrait of a Lady (EDP Frédéric Malle)
Une Rose (EDP Frédéric Malle)
Lipstick Rose (EDP Frédéric Malle)
Rose Absolute (Annick Goutal)
White Rose & Lemon Leaves (Jo Loves)
Rosa Nobile (Acqua di Parma)
Tobacco Rose (Papillon Artisan Perfumes)
Rose 31 (Le Labo)