Champaca (Michelia Champaca)

White flower, magnolia, orange, honey.

Origins

Champaca is the flower of an evergreen bush similar to magnolia. The flower can be yellow-orange, red or white and develops powerful yet refined waves of white flower scent.

Extraction Method

An essential oil obtained from distillation of the petals.

Use

Champaca is used in fine fragrance, where it confers its sweet, heady aromas and honeyed accents on floral bouquets.

Story

Champaca, while rare in perfumery, is at the heart of the fragrance J’Adore (Dior, 1999). In 2006, the house of Patou dreamt up a perfume called Sira des Indes based on a champaca blossom -tasty notes accord.

Champaca Absolute
EUPHORIA
Guerrilla 1
J'Adore
J’Adore Divinement Or
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