Pomegranate

The pomegranate is a complex fruity note in perfumery, delivering contrasting aromas of sweetness and tart. It’s not just the fruitiness; there’s a certain richness to pomegranate. 

This ancient fruit is celebrated for its ruby-red seeds. Steeped in myth and history, it originates from the regions of Iran to the Himalayas in northern India.

Fragrance Pyramid

Pomegranate is most commonly featured as a Top Note or Heart Note. It introduces fragrances with a juicy, sweet-tart kick.

Scent Summary

  • Juicy
  • Sweet-tart
  • Rich
  • Invigorating
  • Exotic

What Does Pomegranate Smell Like?

Pomegranate emits a sweet, tangy aroma with hints of tartness and fruity richness. Its scent captures the essence of ripe, juicy pomegranate seeds, offering a refreshing and exotic aroma.

I find pomegranate perfumes complex and multifaceted, perfect for those fragrances needing a boost of sweet, tart, and rich fruitiness.

Complementing Notes

The dual nature of pomegranate, with its sweetness and tartness, pairs well with various perfume notes.

  • Vanilla: Softens the tartness while enhancing sweetness.
  • Citrus notes: Elevate the fruity brightness.
  • Musk: Adds a sensual, warm base that complements the richness.
  • Woody notes: Provide depth and longevity.
  • Floral notes: Introduce a romantic, sophisticated layer.
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