Notes
Agarwood (Oud)AldehydesAllspiceAlmondAmberAmbergrisAmbrette (Musk Mallow)AmbroxanAngelicaAniseApple TreeApricotAquatic WateryBasilBay LeafBenzoinBergamotBirchBitter OrangeBlack AmberBlackberryBlack CurrantBlack PepperBlack TeaBlood OrangeBoroniaBrazilian RosewoodCacao PodCactus JuiceCalabrian BergamotCameliaCarambola (Star Fruit)CaramelCarawayCardamomCashmeranCashmere WoodCassisCedarwoodChampagneCinnamonCistus FlowerCitronCitrusCitrusesClary SageClementineCloveCoconutCoffeeCopahu BalmCorianderCuminCurry TreeCypressCypriol Oil or NagarmothaDahliaDaisyDark ChocolateDatesDavanaDriftwoodEbony WoodEucalyptusFigFig LeafFig NectarFig TreeFig Tree WoodFirFrangipaniFreesiaGalbanumGardeniaGeraniumGinGingerGrapefruitGrassGreen AppleGreen NotesGuaiac WoodHayHazelnutHeliotropeHibiscusHoneyHoneysuckleHyacinthImmortelleIncenseIrisItalian LemonIvyJasmineJuniperJuniper BerriesKumquatLabdanumLavenderLeatherLemonLemon VerbenaLicoriceLilacLilyLimeLotusMagnoliaMandarinMandarin OrangeMarjoramMarron GlaceMelonMilkMimoseMintMulberryMuskMyrrhMyrtleNarcissusNeroliNutmegOakOakmossOlibanumOlive LeafOpoponaxOrangeOrange BlossomOreganoOrris RootOsmanthusPalisander RosewoodPalmarosaPalm LeafPaprikaPassion FruitPatchouliPeachPearPeonyPepperPeppermintPepperwood or Hercules ClubPeru BalsamPetitgrainPineapplePink PepperPink TulipPlumPomeloPoplar (Populus) BudsPowdery NotesQuinceRaspberriesRed GingerResinRhubarbRoseRosemaryRumSaffronSageSambac JasmineSandSandalwoodSea SaltSea WaterSeaweedSichuan PepperSpicesStar AniseStrawberrySuedeSugar CaneSweet AlmondSweet PeaTagetesTangerineTea AccordThymeTobaccoTomatoTomato LeafTonka BeanTuberoseVanillaVetiverVioletViolet LeafWatercressWater LilyWatermelonWater MuskWater NotesWhiskeyWhite CedarwoodWhite FlowersWoodsy NotesYlang-YlangYuzu

Top Rose men colognes

Roses in perfume - it gets no more classic, no more romantic, and no more legendary than this.  Rose notes are THE most versatile, and paradoxically, the hardest notes in perfume to obtain. It takes nearly a warehouse full of rose petals to distill enough oil to add their hypnotic scent to a perfume.Rose can be icy, full, velvety, silky, candy-sweet, dark, airy - there’s a rose scent for any mood you’ll ever experience.  Rose notes go with any other note, style, and texture of fragrance - they blend in a scent better than any other material. And of course, a rose perfume is NEVER out of style, or season - her majesty is welcomed everywhere. If you have only one perfume in your collection, make it a rose fragrance.

Rose colognes