Ginger

A tropical plant originally coming from Asia. Ginger is most known for its use as a food, although the aromatic qualities of the plant are also admired and utilized. Ginger is often used as an additive to increase the complexity of compositions, and to impart subtle hints that combine with other notes for a well-rounded and complete fragrance profile. The scent is spicy, sharp, and warm. Hints of tart and tonic are also seen in the fragrance, with elements of brightness and sharpness opening up the scent. It’s also noticeably bitter, and is frequently denotes by the gingerbread accord label. The scent blends well with various citruses and and woods, and enjoys great success as an exotic element in a floral or green composition.