A flowering, shrub-like tree known for its intensely satisfying aroma. The fragrance is said to be reminiscent of childhood; aromatic and lively, smelling like nature. It is most often used to boost the vibrance of floral compositions, going exceptionally well with white floral bouquets. The scent of the mimosa is often perplexing to those who are tasked with deciphering the aroma’s likeness, although it is rarely remarked on for being unpleasant. This is why it is utilized in compositions as a welcomed additive — infusing elusive, subtle aromas into the mixture.