February 8, 2017
For 2017, Nomenclature’s has turned their sights on rei-nventing violets, going past ionones which have been used in perfumery for over a hundred years (since 1893) to add sweet and powdery floral nuances to fragrances. Violet gets a fantastic (or is it phantastic) 21st century upgrade in Nomenclature’s newest, Lumen_esce, which uses an overdose of the aroma chemical Violettyne©, the sin-qua-non violet-presenting molecule created and patented by Firmenich, 17 years ago.
Thanks to the generosity of Nomenclature, 3 registered readers in the USA only for three sets of 5 Lumen_esce .3 oz deluxe sample sprayers. The random winners are Valentine Girl, Steve A and Rodelinda. Please email michelyn at cafleurebon dawt com with Nomenclature Lumen_esce Deluxe Sampler Set by 1:30 PM EDT 2/9/2017. This is a deadline and no exceptions if you are late. Please include your mailing details and phone number in the body of the email as well as a thoughtful note to Nomenclature.