I’ve been on maternity leave, but I’m now organizing new classes and workshops in England.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to take part.
Florals in the Kitchen
This class will demonstrate how the floral ingredients often used in perfumery can enliven your cooking.
Taught by Guardian food writer Felicity Cloake and perfumer Eliza Douglas, you will smell the many exquisite natural materials used in fine fragrance and learn how to incorporate them into desserts, cocktails and chocolate to fabulous effect. You will be sampling Felicity’s Violet Marzipans, making (and drinking!) Tony Conigliaro’s Lipstick Rose cocktail based on Frederic Malle’s glamorous scent (using rose, raspberry, violet, fizz, bitters) and creating Geranium Apple snow.
Over the course of 3 hours you will:
- Learn about natural floral materials and their origins
- Make chocolates, cocktails, desserts using these ingredients
- Expand your repertoire of what ‘can’ and ‘can’t’ be used in the kitchen
All ingredients, naturals chart and resource list will be provided – just bring an open mind and a sense of fun!
To book, click here
Somerset House, 21 Jun – 23 Sep 2017
My Perfume Lab Residency as part of the exhibition.
Purchase the fabulous Nez magazine here
or at the Somerset House Perfume Exhibition shop.
It’s the first English edition and it’s brilliant.
Botanical Perfumery – Creating Your Own Fragrance
One day workshop at the New York Open Center
Sunday July 31st 2016 10 am – 6 pm
For more details, please click here
Accords Saturdays April 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th 2015
10:30am – 1:00pm
In these classes we’ll be making accords, the building blocks of perfumery. An accord is a balanced combination of several notes blended together to make a single impression. Accords can be used to simplify the process of scent creation.
We’ll learn about the different materials in these accords and where they fit into fragrance families as a way to understand how to categorize them. We’ll also see how their facets overlap with one another, creating a kaleidoscope of connections, ‘bridges’ between two materials. Click on individual classes to find out more and to register.
Class 1: Gourmand accords
Class 2: Aquatic accords
Class 3: Wood accords
Class 4: Accords in your favorite fragrance