Olfactory pyramid of Alma de Canarias Dulce
The sweetness of the Canary melon gets up in a transparent fly, refresheed by small amounts of citrus and broom.
The heart of the perfume is composed of a mixture of flower essences as violet, mimosa and jasmine that stand out the intense character of the perfume.
The base is composed by fine wood.
The olfactory notes in perfumery serve to describe the smells that can be perceived when applying a perfume. The olfactory notes are divided into three classes; the head notes (perceived immediately after the application of a perfume), the heart notes (make up the central part of a perfume) and the base notes (the duration that can arrive even the day after). The combination of the three groups of notes constitutes the olfactory pyramid, which serves to describe the aromas.