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How to use perfumer in a sentence
“Perfumers spend a couple of years doing nothing but smelling single molecules and then putting them into more and more complex mixtures until they can understand how to deconstruct something very complex,” says Dalton.
This is a technique perfumers and sommeliers use on the regular, so their noses don’t get overwhelmed in the middle of tasting.
Mandy Aftel, a natural perfumer and author of the 2014 book Fragrant, curates in Berkeley, California, a library of curious scents.What Did the Past Smell Like? - Issue 93: Forerunners | Ann-Sophie Barwich | December 9, 2020 | Nautilus
Thierry Wassler, perfumer for Guerlain, and Anthony Chalhoub, the CEO of the Chalhoulb group, were both awarded knighthoods.Miley Cyrus Did Not Diss Beyonce in 'LOVE'; Former Louis Vuitton CEO Receives Legion D'Honneur | The Fashion Beast Team | January 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The reporters working on the perfumer story were told not to make any noise on the story before the leaders left the city.Russian Historian Anatoly Moskvin Collected Dead Girls at Home | Anna Nemtsova | November 28, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
In addition to this he kept the books of Cesar Birotteau, the well-known perfumer.
The perfumer destined this engraving for the savant Vauquelin, to whom he was under obligations.
His brother Cesar, the perfumer, wrote him after his—Cesar's—business failure in 1819, asking aid.
Cochin and his wife were in Birotteau's circle, being present with their son at the famous ball given by the perfumer.
Alexandre Crottat was a guest at the famous ball given by the perfumer in December, 1818.
British Dictionary definitions for perfumer
a person who makes or sells perfume
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