Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A genus of Australian shrubs of the family Rutaceæ.

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  • noun Any of several aromatic herbs, of the genus Boronia, used in perfumery

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Examples

  • The perfumes subject to the increase are those containing precious essences such as boronia, broom the latter has increased its price significantly this year, and is now about $500 per ounce and jonquille.

    Boutique Exclusives

  • The perfumes subject to the increase are those containing precious essences such as boronia, broom the latter has increased its price significantly this year, and is now about $500 per ounce and jonquille.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • And so when I created a perfume in its namesake, I tried to make it perfect too, if this is even possible… I took the most unusual essences, such as boronia, pink lotus, seaweed, moss and cassis, and worked them together to create a watery, transparent, floral-green perfume.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • And so when I created a perfume in its namesake, I tried to make it perfect too, if this is even possible… I took the most unusual essences, such as boronia, pink lotus, seaweed, moss and cassis, and worked them together to create a watery, transparent, floral-green perfume.

    l'Ecume des Jours & Rebuilding New Orleans

  • My first creation with boronia, a soliflore I named "Eau de Tinkerbell" it was very bright green in colour and with a cheerful character, hence the name relied on tea as the base note.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The only one perfume I could actually detect the boronia in is Diorissimo in parfum extrait I bought a flacon some 8 years ago and it's pure heaven.

    Boronia

  • The composition steps out of the deep, cool, enveloping pool of myrtle green, wades through the translucent, pale waters of lotus and finally explodes in a burst of joyous, floral pinkness of boronia...

    Aftelier Lumiere: Perfume Review

  • Rich with ionones, boronia has a scent reminiscent of yellow freesia, green tea and raspberry.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The composition steps out of the deep, cool, enveloping pool of myrtle green, wades through the translucent, pale waters of lotus and finally explodes in a burst of joyous, floral pinkness of boronia...

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • The only one perfume I could actually detect the boronia in is Diorissimo in parfum extrait I bought a flacon some 8 years ago and it's pure heaven.

    Archive 2009-06-01

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