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    Default Fragrance wheel: fresh, crisp, classic, and rich

    How do the categories of Fresh, Crisp, Classic, and Rich affect placement on the fragrance wheel?

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    Default Re: Fragrance wheel: fresh, crisp, classic, and rich

    Quote Originally Posted by twinbee View Post
    How do the categories of Fresh, Crisp, Classic, and Rich affect placement on the fragrance wheel?

    As far as I know, they don't.

    They exist within each family.

    For example, Mossy Woods (chypre) is my favorite family on the fragrance wheel.

    Within Mossy Woods are fragrances that are considered Fresh Mossy Woods, Crisp Mossy Woods, Classical Mossy Woods and Rich Mossy Woods.

    This holds true for the families I have looked into and I believe it holds true for all of them.

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    This is the first explanation that I found and the best I could do on short notice. Scroll down to the discussion of fragrance families, notes and subnotes - it describes the four notes (subfamilies) and even further sub-notes.

    http://www.worlddutyfree.com/portal/...0357e120a____/
    Last edited by TwoRoads; 16th November 2007 at 06:51 PM. Reason: added link to FAQ
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    Default Re: Fragrance wheel: fresh, crisp, classic, and rich

    I didn't know what the Fragrance Wheel was but I found this:

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