Do you desire a unique fragrance nobody else has? Niche perfumes have been quite popular lately but how to describe a Niche perfume? As you can guess from the literal meaning - the perfumes were named for their speciality and uniqueness as they couldn't be considered as commercially and massively sold products. In reality, they're quite the opposite - made by independent perfumers. They had always been and still are produced in smaller perfumeries. Also this "perfume elite" wasn't available for everyone not a long time ago. Only a few lucky ones, who managed to visit one of the perfumeries or get it from a specialized website, were to enjoy this kind of luxury. Luckily for us, the situation has changed, so the magical world of niche perfumes is getting accessible for the general public. You can find spicy, woody, herbal, oriental and completely rare kinds of scents for both - men and women. Their uniqueness originates from a complicated, yet perfect process, whose secret are its creators carefully keeping. Niche perfumes aren't meant to attract the majority but to embrace individuality and speciality in each one of us. They can be classified as one of the three kinds of perfumes. Apart from Niche perfumes themselves there are massively produced and exclusive perfumes. Perfumes are considered as the most intensive type of fragrances. They consist of 20-40% of aromatic essences, Niche, on the other hand, can have an even higher percentage.
There are three options to choose from on our website - men's niche perfumes, women's niche perfumes and unisex niche perfumes
Diptyque, the French producer of candles and perfumes is considered to be one of the most successful and popular Niche perfume makers, especially thanks to the ability to always create unusual fragrances. Among Diptyque we shouldn't forget to mention Amouage, Acqua di Parma, Escentric Molecules, Juliette Has a Gun, Serge Lutens, Parfums de Marly, Nasomatto, Lalique, Creed or Montale. Niche perfumes are hardly considered obtrusive thanks to the perfect balance of all ingredients, which makes them perfect even with their intensity. And as it wouldn't be enough - they are often sold in designer bottles making them appear as a piece of art attracting more than a few creative souls. What about you? Do you feel like getting one?