Top Resin men colognes
Resinous notes in perfume are made from thick, oily, absolutes derived from plants and trees. The most common resins in perfume are labdanum, benzoin, and opoponax - and each of these notes offers a variation on a sweet, smoky, vanillic, and even leathery or rubbery profile. Resins help other notes last longer in a fragrance, and are invaluable in creating spicy Oriental mystery in fall perfumes, and vivid masculine accents in men’s cologne. Resins are often used as base notes, where their naturally heavy, sweet mystery can infuse sharper scents like patchouli and cinnamon with an overlay of smoky, animalic vanilla. Resinous perfumes are tailor-made for fall and winter evening wear, as their spicy, smoky appeal will complement the richness in holiday cuisine.