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Since 1750, 46% of some 7,000 classified fragrances have employed sandalwood notes, said Mario Di Lallo (TFS Corp./ Mount Romance) during a presentation given at the February meeting of the Société Française des Parfumeurs (SFP; www.parfumeurs-createurs.org) in Neuilly sur Seine, just outside Paris. Scents such as Chanel No. 5, Fahrenheit and Samsara are prime examples of this note’s lasting influence.
Perfumer’s Notes: Javanol $util.date("M/d/yyyy", $relatedItem.contentLiveDate), Jerzy Bajgrowicz and Antoine Gaillard, Givaudan
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