There are two varieties of jasmine used in perfumery: sambac and grandiflorum. The absolute of jasmine grandiflorum has a warm, sweet, fruity and opulent smell, while jasmine sambac is greener and more fruity, evoking banana and orange blossom. This flower is an expensive raw material since you need 7 million flowers to obtain 1 kilo of absolute. The synthetic version is now widely used in floral compositions. At Carrément Belle, jasmine is particularly highlighted in label rose or ïōdé, and more discreetly in the intimate musc and original musc, the oriental ippi patchouli, kilim and so, the citrus enkor or the manly alfred kafé.