Bergamot

Bergamot, a cornerstone in perfumery, is a fragrant citrus fruit (similar to lime) predominantly grown in the Calabrian region of Italy.

With its distinct profile, bergamot captures the essence of sun-drenched Italian orchards, infusing perfumes with a refreshing yet complex aroma.

Fragrance Pyramid

Bergamot is typically a Top Note in the fragrance pyramid, renowned for its ability to provide an immediate burst of freshness. It belongs to the citrus group of notes.

Scent Summary

  • Citrusy
  • Earthy
  • Slightly Sweet
  • Floral
  • Spicy

What Does Bergamot Smell Like?

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The smell of bergamot has always struck me as a scent that perfectly balances opposites. It’s predominantly citrusy, yet there’s an unexpected earthy depth to it.

The slight sweetness and a subtle floral and spicy undertone make it intriguingly complex. Whenever I catch a hint of bergamot in a fragrance, it feels fresh and elegant.

Complementing Notes

Bergamot’s unique character allows it to blend seamlessly with various notes, adding a sophisticated freshness to any scent.

  • Lavender: For a soothing, aromatic charm.
  • Patchouli: Creating an earthy, rich base.
  • Rose: Adding a soft, floral touch.
  • Sandalwood: For a creamy, woody depth.
  • Vetiver: Enhancing with a smoky, grassy edge.

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