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Vetiver in perfumery

Vetiver originated in India and is now cultivated mainly in Haiti. The tropical plant’s tangled roots contain a richly scented essence that can be
extracted by distillation. Its fresh, citrus, green, woody, smoky smell is almost a perfume in its own right. Explore all the facets of this exotic root, from botany to history, literature, art, agriculture and chemistry, and learn more about vetiver-based fragrances and the men and women behind them.

Éléonore de Bonneval, 

Olivier R.P. David, 

Jeanne Doré, 

Anne-Sophie Hojlo, 

Delphine de Swardt 

Amélie Fontaine