The Scented Letter ‘The Scented Alphabet’ (Print Edition)

£15

In this edition of The Perfume Society‘s The Scented Letter, we bring you a mini-encyclopaedia of all things fragrant – a look at some of the fascinating ingredients, perfumers and the history of the scented world.

Our 60-page Jasmine Award-winning magazine is your very best way to keep your finger on the pulse of all that’s happening in the scented world. Described as an essential read by industry insiders and perfume-lovers alike, your glossily beautiful 60-page PRINT edition of The Scented Letter – The Perfume Society‘s acclaimed magazine – is available by clicking below. Just scroll down for a preview…

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This edition of The Scented Letter is something different. Like a mini-encyclopaedia, in this beautiful 60-page PRINT edition we take you all the way from ‘A is for Aldehydes’ through to ‘Z is for Madame Zed’, looking at the fascinating history, ingredients and personalities from the fragrance world. (Madame Zed is the near-mythical figure said to have created early fragrances for Lanvin. But did she really exist? In addition…

• Check out some of the artistic way perfume houses invite us to sniff out their wares in ‘B is for Blotters’

• In ‘N is for Nose’, read the secrets of a perfumer’s working day from rising star Fanny Bal

• In ‘M is for Memories, Dreams, Reflections’, Clive Christian – interior designer turned perfume connoisseur – reveals the smells and scents that have shaped him

•  And of course, as usual, we bring you all the Latest Launches,  news, events – and so much more

We are now able to take orders for a limited run of printed copies of the magazine, priced £12.50 (£15 to non-Subscribers.)

It’s priced £12.50 to our VIP Subscribers (£15 to non-VIPs) – and remember: you can now also buy an annual print subscription to The Scented Letter, here

(NB Print copies are sent out approximately 10 days after each new issue of The Scented Letter appears on the website, so please bear with us. We work right up to the wire to make sure everything is truly newsworthy!)

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