Tobacco flower



The tobacco flower, known as 'Nicotiana Tabacum L', is in the solanaceae family. This herbaceous plant, from America, was introduced to Europe by the colonizers as a stimulant of the central nervous system. And although it can now be found anywhere, in one origin it began to be planted massively only in Andorra, Extremadura, Andalusia and Valencia.


Tobacco flower also has its place in perfumery. It is mainly used in masculine notes and its olfactory classification is of note of tobacco, with a characteristic smell of tobacco with animal aspects of leather. Its volatility is in the background.