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    Default Fragrance classification

    I've seen in several ocassions perfumes classified by a letter-number-letter system.
    For instance Diva by Ungaro as well as Paloma Picasso for women are classified as D3f
    Quorum as D6m
    Ô de Lancôme as A2f
    Safari by Ralph Lauren as B4f
    Sagamore by Lancôme as D1m
    Salvador Dali "Les Perfums" as F1f
    Rochas Sarmankande as E3m
    Samsara as F1f
    And so on.
    Does anybody know this classification method and what those letters and numbers mean?
    As far as I could guess, the m and f at the end means either male or female, but the rest is greek to me.

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    Default Re: Fragrance classification

    Oui. It's the "official" classification from the Société Française des Parfumeurs Paris

    http://www.parfumeur-createur.com/ar...?id_article=60.


    En anglais?

    http://www.perfumeintelligence.co.uk.../gl2/gl2p4.htm

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    Default Re: Fragrance classification

    Thanks

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