Course Provider: Experimental Perfume Club
Contact Name: Emmanuelle Moeglin
4 Netil Lane
Course Length: Half Day (Saturdays mainly, twice a month - AM and
5 star rating, 3 reviewers.
The Experimental Perfume Club runs half day perfume-making workshops led and curated by founder and perfumer Emmanuelle Moeglin.
Deconstruct the world of perfume, discover its secrets and make your own signature fragrance from scratch.
The masterclasses are creative and hands-on sessions that introduce you to the art and logic of creating a fragrance. The workshops are for anyone and everyone who wants to delve deeper into the art of perfume creation, reveal their sense of smell and understand the types of fragrance they are drawn to.
Come with a sharp nose and curiosity, leave well and truly inspired.
What's included in the price?
The group is small: 10 - 12 people maximum, so you get a curated and personalised experience. Classically trained perfumer Emmanuelle is here to guide you along the way but you will of course have the time and freedom to experiment with scents by yourself. You will walk away with a workbook filled with key fragrance facts, information and your personal notes, your lab bottle of your own bespoke fragrance and the formula of your fragrance.
Tea, coffee, refreshments and homemade cakes are served during the session.
WHERE: Central London, EPC Lab, 4 Netil Lane, London E8 3RL
WHEN: The workshop usually takes place one Saturdays (fixed dates visible on our calendar)
Terms and conditions:
Bookings are made subject to availability. We run two to thee workshops a month and reveal the date and place on our website up to two months in advance.
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