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Brazil’s Guide of Perfumes 2016 now available

The latest edition of the Guia de Perfumes 2016 (Guide of Perfumes 2016) was launched on the 1st of October 2015 at the Espaço Perfumes Arte+Historia in Sao Paulo.

Featuring 607 entries, the guide provides consumers with key information for understanding perfumery and identifying what fragrance would best fit their personality. The Guide also offers details on the main perfumes available in the Brazilian market, whether they are produced locally or imported from abroad. The information includes the olfactory classification (hesperidia, Cyprus, floral, fruity, amber, aromatic, woody) of each perfume as well as its main top/head, middle/heart and base chords, its date of launch and a short description.

The Guide’s author, Renata Ashcar, is one of the most renowned fragrance specialists in Brazil. She already wrote several books, including Brasilessencia A Cultura do Perfume (2001), Banho Histórias e Rituais (2007), as well as the previous edition of the Guides in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

To complement the guide, a website provides information on more than 2,000 fragrances:

Vincent Gallon


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