Perfumery: Techniques in Evolution, 2nd Edition

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9781932633504: Perfumery: Techniques in Evolution, 2nd Edition

A Constructive Analysis of Perfumery Materials

Perfumery: Techniques in Evolution, 2nd Edition by perfumery luminary Arcadi Boix Camps reveals a profound knowledge of the use of perfumery materials in new and traditional formulas. With the addition of three more articles from Perfumer & Flavorist magazine, this combination of seven articles from 1978 through 2004 provides a unique review of perfumery chemicals that have been introduced to the industry in the past 30 years.

NEW in this edition:

An additional section of three more articles from Perfumer & Flavorist magazine,
Double the number of pages,
All material has been edited and updated with new content where appropriate,
New photographs and illustrations
With a flair for language and poetry, Boix Camps shares his vast knowledge of perfumery with sincere and vivid detail. He equates perfumery, in both technique and composition, with art, literature and dance a vocation of pure creativity. His passion for scent has led him around the world numerous times, in an effort to discover and gather together the myriad fragrances of the earth.
In Perfumery, Boix Camps outlines the relationships between fragrance materials, grouping them by category and exploring how their relationships with one another, and across categories and existing perfumery products, have evolved throughout time. Written in an accessible, personable manner, awash in Boix Camps own flair for the subtlety and majesty of scent, Perfumery: Techniques in Evolution, 2nd Edition is a must-have look at the ever-changing world of perfumery through the eyes of one of its most ardent supporters and master craftsmen.

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About the Author:

Boix Camps is owner of Auram, a company he describes as undergoing deep research, specializing in high technology and top quality perfumery and flavors, fighting for the dignity of this profession and refusing to work in the so-called mass-market. Boix Camps advocates perfumery s innate connection with all other forms of art, saying, I live an intense life of philosophical reflection, serenity, culture, attempting to understand the secrets of wisdom and the simple things in life.

Review:

For many years, Arcadi Boix Camps' series of articles on the evolution of perfumery ingredients have proved a fascinating source of information for everyone in the fragrance industry. His odor descriptions and comments on how to use the ingredients, which other ingredients they blend with and so on, have provided invaluable help and inspiration for perfumers. The publication of a compilation of these articles in book form is very welcome, and there is little doubt that the volume will quickly become an essential part of the libraries of perfumers and fragrance chemists alike. --Charles Sell, MSc, PhD, CChem, FRSC, Givaudan

"In most cases, renowned perfumers do not reveal their profound knowledge on the art of perfumery. Here, however, an exception has been put forward by the author of many outstanding papers on perfumery materials, the perfumery palette what is often called the scent-organ and insights into perfume formulations. This book is a compilation of articles published in the respected Perfumer & Flavorist magazine from November 1978 through the present, thus providing an excellent overview on the evolution of the creative art of perfumery, as influenced by the change of vogue, materials, and acceptance by consumers." --Gerhard Buchbauer, Department of Clinical Pharmacy & Diagnostics Center of Pharmacy, University of Vienna

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