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Atlas of Perfumed Botany

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By: Jean-Claude Ellena(Author), Erik Butler(Translated by)
168 pages, 36 colour illustrations
Publisher: MIT Press
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A cartography of fragrance that charts the botany and geography of perfume composition.

For perfume makers, each smell carries with it a multitude of associations and impressions that must be carefully analyzed and understood before the sum of all its parts emerges. All perfumers have their own idiosyncratic methods, drawn from their individual olfactory experiences, for classifying fragrances. In Atlas of Perfumed Botany, virtuoso perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena leads readers on a poetic, geographic, and botanical journey of perfume discovery. Ellena offers a varied and fascinating cartography of fragrances, tracing historical connections and cultural exchanges. Full-page entries on plants ranging from bergamot to lavender are accompanied by detailed and vivid full-colour botanical illustrations.

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Jean-Claude Ellena, the “nose” of the luxury brand Hermès for fourteen years, has been the Creative Director of Fragrance at the perfume house Le Couvent since 2019.

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By: Jean-Claude Ellena(Author), Erik Butler(Translated by)
168 pages, 36 colour illustrations
Publisher: MIT Press
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"Ellena writes in a vivid prose, and has a knack for translating smells into the written word [...] This enchanting volume merits a spot on any perfume connoisseur's shelf."
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