Licorice (Glycyrrhiza Glabra)

Spicy, woodsy, anisy, sweet.

Extraction Method

Licorice extract and powder are both obtained from the roots of the plant. Perfumers can also reproduce the scent and flavor of licorice in the lab.

Uses

Licorice is used in both men’s and women’s fragrances. It affords olfactory compositions a spicy, woodsy, sweet touch. Paired with vanilla, it brings a mouthwatering tonality, reminiscent of licorice sweets.

Properties

In Asia, licorice is a doctor’s delight, and it is prescribed to treat a variety of ills.

Story

The Greeks named licorice glycyrrhiza, which is composed from the words glukos: ‘sugar’ and riza: ‘root’.

BLV II
Brin de Réglisse
Coeur d'Eté
DECIBEL
Desire for Woman
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