About This Product
Animal notes have been used in perfumes since the beginning of perfume-making. They impart a sensuality, depth, and tenacity to a perfume that is unrivaled. The traditional animal notes are: ambergris, musk, civet and castoreum. I have included leather notes in this family as well, as they are often an important part of constructing the animalic accord. In the modern era, most perfumes with animal notes are man-made, non-animal synthetics and accords that are created to simulate the original scents.
My menagerie sampler discovery set includes a 1 ml sample vial of my first animalic focused and fur texture studies: Musc al Madina, Rendezvous, Chinchilla, Foxy, and Une Robe de Zibeline.