The tulip has always been valued more for its appearance than for its aroma.

Although the tulip originated in Turkey and Iran, it is a symbol of the Netherlands, where the world's largest production of these flowers is concentrated.

Like freesia, its form of extraction is very expensive because it has to be done from the bulb and not from the flower. When we cut a tulip, the bulb absorbs its scent, which is why it is called 'the ghost flower'.


Its aroma is undoubtedly floral, fresh and creamy. A delicious fragrance that blends perfectly with other green and woody components.

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