Magnolia

The magnolia is a symbol of grace and ancient beauty and infuses perfumes with a creamy, citrusy, and slightly sweet floral fragrance.

This majestic flower, native to Southeast Asia and the Americas, blooms both magnolia shrubs and trees. Its elegant aroma is uplifting and subtle, with clean, airy qualities.

Fragrance Pyramid

Magnolia typically serves as a heart note in perfumery. Its radiant floral note enriches the heart of fragrances, providing a smooth transition from the crisp top notes to the richer base.

Scent Summary

  • Creamy
  • Citrusy
  • Sweet
  • Floral
  • Radiant

What Does Magnolia Smell Like

In perfumery, magnolia exudes a lush, floral aroma that blends creamy richness with a gentle touch of zesty lemon citrus and a subtle sweetness.

Magnolia-heavy perfumes are elegant and feminine, perfect for those who love their fragrances to carry a subtle floral zestiness that is clean and fragrant.

Complementing Notes

The soft and luminous character of magnolia pairs beautifully with a variety of notes, creating fragrances that are both elegant and balanced.

  • Jasmine: Enhances the floral bouquet, adding depth and exotic sweetness.
  • Bergamot: Introduces a light, citrusy freshness that amplifies the magnolia’s zesty side.
  • Musk: Provides a clean, soft foundation that complements its creamy texture.
  • Sandalwood: Offers a woody, creamy base that enriches the floral heart.
  • Green notes: Enhance the freshness, bringing out the natural, leafy quality of magnolia.
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