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Rahasya Perfume

 

Rahasya Perfume Recipe

Since "Je Reviens," launched by Worth in 1932, has always been my mother's favorite perfune, I decided to try my hand at making a perfume of this refined type. In its original formulation, the perfume displayed a fresh, soft, warm, delicate floral bouquet with a warm powdery/ambery Scottish Highlandsundertone with notes of orris, narcissus, amber, oakmoss, tonka bean, sandalwood, jasmine, orange blossom,ylang and bergamot in a perfectly harmonious blend. Even in its current reformulated incarnation which is heavily dependent on synthetic isolates some of the spirit of the original formula is maintained. Since my mom loves this fragrance so much I decided to try my hand at making a perfume of this refined type. Following is the recipe I created. I call it Rahasya, which means secret.

 

 

Please remember that all perfumes need to age 6 months after blending for proper maturity to occur.