Lavender is one of the main ingredients of alfred kafé to bring a fresh and floral note to it

Lavender is a raw material frequently used in perfumery. It is mainly cultivated in the south of France and in Bulgaria. The distillation of the lavender flower comes immediately after its picking and enables the production of an essential oil whose smell is fresh, floral, camphor with a slight smell of mushroom. It is used in fern accords and in many so-called masculine fragrances. Lavender is one of the two main ingredients of our Carrément Belle fragrance alfred kafé.