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When Art and Fragrances Join Forces

Fragrance composition is a form of artistic expression: “Just like painters express themselves through shapes and colours, perfumers use olfactory notes to compose a fragrance”. That’s how Luz Vaquero, head perfumer at Iberchem, described the connection between art and perfume in an interview she gave a few months ago. Since…

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Chypre, a perfume with a 4000-years history

  • Iberchem Fragrances
  • 21 November, 2019
  • Categories: Scents, History

Cyprus, the Mediterranean island and birthplace of Aphrodite – the mythological Greek goddess of love – lends its French name to one of the most successful and long-lasting fragrance families. What is not mythological, but rather discovered by archaeologists, is the fact that the island was home to the oldest…

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Iberchem Around the World – Indonesia

In June, Iberchem is taking you on what is bound to be a memorable trip across Indonesia. Every week, through pictures and interviews, you will be invited to discover this amazing country where Iberchem set foot more than 15 years ago. Stay tuned to meet our local team, explore the country’s natural wonders…

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Perfumery Icons: René Lalique

Have you ever judged a perfume by its bottle? The answer is probably yes. Nowadays, when we think about a perfume, one of the first things that comes to mind, even sometimes before its smell, is its bottle. It is common for brands to spend more on the packaging than…

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