https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_pepper Kampot Pepper takes its name from the province of Kampot in Cambodia. The red peppercorns are harvested by hand at full maturity. Less spicy than the black pepper, it develops powerful aromas of red fruit and honey.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnolia_%C3%97_alba The Magnolia flower distinctive poetic shape that predates the apparition of the bees has inspired numerous artists and is a symbol of feminine sweetness and beauty in China. Its potent fragrance is creamy, sweet with a touch of acidity, easily overpowering any perfume composition. Lesser known is the essential oil extracted from its leaves [...]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parkinsonia Palo Verde is a tree from tropical America, particularly the Sonora Desert. Yellow fragrant flowers appear in early spring. Its gum also called Goma Brea has seen recent research demonstrating the same usage as for Arabic gum (from the acacia). It is therefore accepted as a food additive in Argentina. The gum present a sticky [...]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lychee The lychee has long been considered as a delicacy in the Chinese Imperial Court and is one of oldest cultivated fruit. Its texture and floral aroma and its highly seasonality contribute to give this sumptuous fruit a treasure character. It is now grown in various countries in Asia as well as in South Africa [...]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lavandula Lavender is highly prized worldwide for its unmistakable floral fresh and woody scent reminiscent of the fields in Tuscany or Provence. Its scent and therapeutic profile depends on subgenus and species as well as on the altitude, with Bulgarian High Altitude Lavender being arguably one of the finest. NadiaZ blends various lavenders in order [...]
Choya Nakh is a very rare indian traditional distillation of dry roasted seashells collected on the beach. The oil bears a unique smoky-oceanic aroma. In natural perfumery it is used in Russian leather and temple perfumes.