Orcanox, initially the Mane laboratory
The Mane laboratory is above all a family business. First French company in the perfume and aroma industry, Mane is at the same time creator, manufacturer and producer of aromas and fragrances. Founded in 1871, the Mane laboratory is currently managed by Jean Mane, who represents the fourth generation of the family. The Mane company is recognized worldwide for the quality of its raw materials. Orcanox is the equivalent of ambroxan, which itself replaces ambergris, since sperm whale fishing was banned. This is why orcanox is a rare and precious raw material, which has become essential for oriental compositions.
The smell of orcanox and its olfactory association
Orcanox offers powerful tones and fits into both feminine and masculine scents. The amber woods reinforce the oriental and gourmet wakes, as well as the floral wakes, mainly that of white flowers. Amber woods are more reminiscent of ambergris than an amber accord. This is why they always leave sensual and captivating scents. Orcanox can be found in very beautiful compositions, such as Si, Armani's great success, where orcanox is in the base note alongside amber and blond wood for a sensuality pushed to its peak. . Orcanox is also found in mixed fragrances such as “Noir Premier, Terres Aromatique 1905” by Lalique where orcanox is positioned as a base note alongside tonka bean and vetiver.Orcanox can also be found in masculine compositions, as in Bentley's “Bentley for Men Azure”, a sensual and virile fragrance where orcanox is still positioned as a base note alongside tonka bean and wood. cashmere.
Molecule created by the Mane laboratory, orcanox has the same qualities that replace ambergris in oriental compositions. Orcanox offers warm, powerful and captivating tones, enveloping the fragrance in all its sensuality.