Magnolia (Magnifolia grandiflora)

Sweet, lemony, vanilla, floral.

Origine

The magnolia tree is native to Asia and North America. Its delicate pink, white or off-white flowers are tulip- or star-shaped. Magnolia grandiflora is one of the many fragrant varieties of these flowering trees.

Use

Magnolia is used in fine fragrances. It has a sweet floral aroma with vanilla and lemony accents.

Extraction Methode

Perfumers can reproduce the magnolia scent in the laboratory, but it is also possible to extract a fragrant essential oil from certain varieties, like Michelia alba, a.k.a. the “white jade” magnolia.

History

Magnolia is a plant in the magnoliaceae, or magnolia family, which also includes the tulip poplar (a tree named for its leaves, whose shape is comparable to a tulip). It was christened magnolia n the 17th century as a tribute to the botanist Magnol.

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