In my experience, the discovery of perfume making can be a very
exciting event. It is natural to be eager and want to jump right into
making your own combinations of perfumery components. That can be a fun
and rewarding activity, even if you don't know the details and
procedures that professionals use to create their fragrances.
However, there are also people who would like to learn more about how
professional perfumes are created. How does one learn to be a perfumer?
Below, you will find helpful links that hopefully will answer your
questions and get you on the road to becoming a "Perfumers Apprentice"
Quick-Start Beginner's Blending
Advanced Blending using modern Key Accords
Jean Carles Perfumery Training