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    • Cecile Hua

      by Published on 4th January 2011 04:08 PM

      The fine fragrance market sees the birth of 400+ perfumes every year and most of these will be gone with the wind by the following year. So what makes a fragrance a stand out from the rest? A signature. A fragrance’s signature can be defined many ways but is always based on the fragrance structure or notes. And over the past several years, I have noticed a growing trend of using flavor infused notes to create fragrance signatures.