Sadly, Freesia is one of the 'mute' flowers, that doesn't give up an oil. However it's constituents have now been analysed and recorded, so a good recreation is possible and these have been carefully compared to the flower, to obtain a realistic freesia scent.
This is sparkling fresh with delicious green sap and the distinctive Freesia notes of Violet, Lily and Neroli with a hint of Champaca. It dries down gradually, deepening into orris root, without changing the Freesia scent.
(Each colour contains different volatile notes: the gold and white have more violet, the russet is peppery and the pinks contain soft citrus). The flowers also smell different when growing and cut - possibly why it's a rare flower to find bottled, but worth the effort.)
Pure Pafum (15ml): This is the strongest dilution and sits closer to the skin, but will last longer. It is often the best option for sensitive skin as it contains the least alcohol.