The Scented Spring

Lancto, Craig
July 2003
World & I;Jul2003, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p176
Looks at the city of Grasse in France which is famous as the country's perfume capital. Location of the city; Climate of the city; History of the perfume industry in the city; Information on the International Perfume Museum in the city; Description of the process of making perfumes; Sources of raw materials for perfume.


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