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Thyme in perfumery

Thyme, an essential aromatic plant

Thyme is a plant of the lamiaceae family. They are creeping or padded plants, bearing small, pale pink or white flowers. The latter are rich in essential oils. Thus, they give off an instantly recognizable odor and it is this property which makes them aromatic plants. Its name comes from the Latin thymus which designated several aromatic lamiaceae of small size and which literally meant offering or perfume. Thus, thyme owes its name to the smell it gives off when burnt. In addition, this one has been used since the dawn of time and was already known to the Egyptians and Etruscans. The latter used it mixed with ointments to embalm their dead. Likewise, the Greeks burned it in front of thehotel of their Gods or in public squares and rich mansions. They considered this plant to be a source of courage and then began to put it in their dishes. However, it was the Romans who spread thyme in Europe and began to make cosmetics. They imagined an eau de toilette as well as a balm supposed to delay aging. Likewise, they used it to purify their homes. The symbol of courage present in thyme then lasted in the Middle Ages and this plant was thus used during the Crusades. Likewise, the message has been preserved until today and thyme is still a plant which, in the language of flowers, is synonymous with resistance, courage, creativity and lasting love.They considered this plant to be a source of courage and then began to put it in their dishes. However, it was the Romans who spread thyme in Europe and began to make cosmetics. They imagined an eau de toilette as well as a balm supposed to delay aging. Likewise, they used it to purify their homes. The symbol of courage present in thyme then lasted in the Middle Ages and this plant was thus used during the Crusades. Likewise, the message has been preserved until today and thyme is still a plant which, in the language of flowers, is synonymous with resistance, courage, creativity and lasting love.They considered this plant to be a source of courage and then began to put it in their dishes. However, it was the Romans who spread thyme in Europe and began to make cosmetics. They imagined an eau de toilette as well as a balm supposed to delay aging. Likewise, they used it to purify their homes. The symbol of courage present in thyme then lasted in the Middle Ages and this plant was thus used during the Crusades. Likewise, the message has been preserved until today and thyme is still a plant which, in the language of flowers, is synonymous with resistance, courage, creativity and lasting love.it was the Romans who spread thyme in Europe and began to make cosmetics. They imagined an eau de toilette as well as a balm supposed to delay aging. Likewise, they used it to purify their homes. The symbol of courage present in thyme then lasted in the Middle Ages and this plant was thus used during the Crusades. Likewise, the message has been preserved until today and thyme is still a plant which, in the language of flowers, is synonymous with resistance, courage, creativity and lasting love.it was the Romans who spread thyme in Europe and began to make cosmetics. They imagined an eau de toilette as well as a balm supposed to delay aging. Likewise, they used it to purify their homes. The symbol of courage present in thyme then lasted in the Middle Ages and this plant was thus used during the Crusades. Likewise, the message has been preserved until today and thyme is still a plant which, in the language of flowers, is synonymous with resistance, courage, creativity and lasting love.The symbol of courage present in thyme then lasted in the Middle Ages and this plant was thus used during the Crusades. Likewise, the message has been preserved until today and thyme is still a plant which, in the language of flowers, is synonymous with resistance, courage, creativity and lasting love.The symbol of courage present in thyme then lasted in the Middle Ages and this plant was thus used during the Crusades. Likewise, the message has been preserved until today and thyme is still a plant which, in the language of flowers, is synonymous with resistance, courage, creativity and lasting love.

The very identifiable smell of thyme

In addition to its use in cooking or in herbal tea, thyme is also very popular in perfumery. This very resistant plant that grows in the sun is particularly invigorating. It seems to be directly nourished by arid soils such as those of the Mediterranean scrubland. Its essential oil, for its part, is obtained directly by hydrodistillation of its leaves. It releases a warm and lively scent at the same time and is used in perfumes to give them a more aromatic and sunny touch. In general, thyme goes very well with woody or chypre compositions as well as with the fern category.

Thyme is present today in many perfumes, the most famous of which are the emblematic Ange ou Démon by Givenchy as well as Cyprus Rouge by Serge Lutens. Likewise, the Burberry house seems to be particularly fond of its smell and many perfumes from their collection contain it. This is particularly the case of Burberry Men or Burberry Summer.

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