Perfume brands are jumping on the trend for cocktail and café experiences

By Jo Allen | Published: 7-Aug-2023

From Penhaligon's to Kayali, brands are translating their fragrance notes into exclusive experiences that connect the senses of smell and taste

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A growing appetite for immersive and multi-sensory experiences has sparked a trend that is seeing fragrance brands translate their perfume notes into exclusive cocktails and culinary treats.

With over 90% of consumers more likely to purchase a product or service after experiencing the brand, according to an EventTrack study, imaginative collaborations that bring a brand to life are becoming a key strategy for many companies.

And in perfumery, giving consumers a new way to experience a fragrance, and engaging the use of multiple senses when doing so, provides an intriguing and cohesive brand experience.

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