tobacco brings a facet that is both dry, hot and honeyed to a fragrance

Tobacco is a product coming from dried leaves of tobacco plants found in Central America. In the perfume industry, tobacco absolute is obtained by extraction with volatile solvents of different tobacco varieties. Its aromas are rich and varied and its notes are dry, hot, honeyed, almond and sometimes they have leather tones. However, because of nicotine, the use of tobacco is limited. Perfumers use the coumarin or the tonka bean to give this aspect to their fragrances.