Another word for perfume
Perfumes include: attar of roses, sandalwood, balm, bergamot, essential oil, bay oil, bay, rosemary, bay rum, frankincense, myrrh, civet, eau de cologne, musk, rose water, eau de toilette, toilet water, orange-flowers, potpourri, muscadine, spice, sachet, lavender, jasmine, patchouli, rose geranium.
perfume suggests a relatively strong, but usually pleasant, smell, either natural or manufactured the rich perfume of gardenias; scent, in this comparison, implies a relatively faint but pervasive smell, esp. one characteristic of a particular thing the scent of apple blossoms; fragrance implies an agreeable, sweet smell, esp. of growing things the fragrance of a freshly mowed field; bouquet is specifically applied to the fragrance of a wine or brandy; redolence implies a rich, pleasant combination of smells the redolence of a grocery