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From tannery to perfumery
The large-flowered jasmine (Jasminum grandiflorum) has been cultivated in Grasse since the 17th century. It was first used in tannery to perfume the leather of the gloves of the bourgeoisie and nobility. The flower has since become essential in perfumery by entering the composition of renowned perfumes such as Chanel N°5, the best-selling perfume in the world.
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