The peach tree, a fruit tree of the rosaceae family from China, originated in Antiquity. Like the apple or raspberry, the fruit does not deliver essence in its natural state. Its velvety and fruity notes are then reproduced through synthesis. Perfumers generally use molecules called lactones to recreate this soft and milky fruit aspect. For peach, the gamma-undecalactone molecule, synthesized at the beginning of the 20th century, is used. In a composition, this fruit brings a silky aspect and a fruity touch with subtle floral accents. This sweet and gourmand fruit is found in ippi patchouli, our woody and floral fragrance.