Vetiver

Vetiver is sourced from the roots of a grass native to India and is known for its grassy, woody, smoky, and earthy aromas. 

Essential oils harvested from the vetiver root bring a unique, grounding quality to fragrances, often adding a touch of mystery.

Fragrance Pyramid

Vetiver is a versatile woody note, often used as a Base Note for its lasting, earthy depth.

Scent Summary

  • Earthy
  • Woody
  • Smoky
  • Deep
  • Green

What Does Vetiver Smell Like?

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Vetiver in perfumery presents an earthy, smoky aroma with green, woody undertones. Its complex, slightly bitter, and rugged scent adds depth and character.

Its earthy, woody character has a smoky depth and an almost grassy undertone, making it complex and fascinating.

Complementing Notes

Vetiver’s earthy, woody character pairs well with various notes.

  • Lemon: For a fresh, citrusy zing.
  • Lavender: Adding a calming, herbal touch.
  • Sandalwood: For a creamy, warm complement.
  • Bergamot: Enhancing with a zesty, fresh contrast.
  • Patchouli: Creating a deeper, rich base.
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