A floral amber with hints of leather, sandalwood, iris, jasmine, and rose
- Top: Rose, Jasmine
- Middle: Musk, Leather
- Bottom: Amber
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Apprentice Perfumer Darren N. Do:
How did you find out about the fragrance industry?
My father, Dennis Do, started Delbia Do company in 1968. In a way, I was born into it.
What made you want to be a perfumer?
My father is the inspiration to be a perfumer. Every day I follow in his footsteps by making the world smell a little better.
What are some of your favorite and least favorite scents?
Favorites: Spice Bomb, D&G Light Blue.
What are the hardest obstacles you have found when working in perfumery?
Supply chain sustainability, constant changes to regulatory regiments.
"Our mission is to Educate, Support and Promote the Perfumer in the fragrance industry both domestically and abroad. Together with other industry organizations, we ensure appropriate regulatory guidelines and standards set for safe and beautiful fragrances. The high code of perfumery ethics established by our organization maintains respect for perfumery as an artistic work of the mind. Most importantly, we strive to inspire artistic creativity, incorporate scientific ingenuity and maintain the integrity of our profession.
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