Eau De Parfum (EDP) is a type of fragrance that typically has a higher concentration of aromatic compounds compared to other types of perfumes, like Eau de Toilette (EDT) or Eau de Cologne (EDC). This concentration results in a longer-lasting and more intense scent.
For a fragrance marketed towards men, you can anticipate a blend of various notes that create a unique and appealing scent profile. These notes usually include top notes, middle or heart notes, and base notes.
- Top Notes: These are the initial, immediately noticeable scents upon application. They are typically light and refreshing, enticing you into the fragrance. Examples could be citrus, herbal, or fruity notes.
- Middle (Heart) Notes: These notes emerge after the top notes evaporate and usually last longer. They are often floral or spicy, providing complexity to the fragrance.
- Base Notes: These notes appear once the middle notes dissipate and are the foundation of the fragrance. They tend to be richer, deeper, and longer-lasting. Base notes can include elements like woods, musk, or amber.
- Top notes are Violet Leaf, Juniper Berries, Spruce and Grapefruit.
- Middle notes are Fir, Iris and Galbanum.
- Base notes are Ambergris, Sandalwood, Musk and Oakmoss.