Insights & News

 

Lebermuth

Recent Posts by Lebermuth:

by Lebermuth, on Jul 01, 2019

Topics:Fragrances

by Lebermuth, on Jun 30, 2019

SOUTH BEND — The story has all the trappings of a biblical parable: In 1908, Morris Brown — a merchant not too long removed from his roots in Russia — came upon a stranded farmer in a remote corner of Bremen.

Read Story
Topics:News/Event

by Lebermuth, on Jun 18, 2019

Imagine your favorite perfume. How would you describe it? You may say that it has a hint of grapefruit and bergamot orange mixed with flowers. Or maybe you would describe it as an intense and spicy patchouli with woody notes and a hint of musk. You'd sound like a perfume pro using this verbiage to describe the fragrances Clinique's Happy and Dolce&Gabbanna's Velvet Patchouli. This verbiage is referred to as the fragrance pyramid.

Read Story
Topics:Fragrances

by Lebermuth, on Jun 04, 2019

Topics:News/Event

by Lebermuth, on Jun 03, 2019

 Ever wonder how a candle works? If so, continue reading to learn some fun facts about the science of candles.

Read Story
Topics:Fragrances

by Lebermuth, on May 29, 2019

Topics:News/Event

by Lebermuth, on May 27, 2019

Topics:News/Event

by Lebermuth, on May 23, 2019

 

Fair Trade is an organized social movement designed to promote sustainability and improve working standards while creating greater equity in the international trading system, particularly in developing countries. Organizations such as Fair for Life and the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO) are committed to supporting farmers and workers, making sure that they are justly compensated for their goods.

Read Story
Topics:Essential Oils

by Lebermuth, on May 16, 2019

The Lebermuth Company’s CEO and Fragrance Creators Association board member, Rob Brown, was proud to present the Legislator of the Year award to U.S. Representative, Jackie Walorski (IN), for her support of the Congressional Fragrance Caucus.

Read Story
Topics:News/Event

by Lebermuth, on May 06, 2019

When it comes to the science behind taste, there's more than meets the eye...well, taste buds. When you lick a sweet and fruity popsicle on a hot, sunny day, how your brain determines the flavor of that ice pop involves more than just the tongue. The mouth, nose and brain all work together to help you arrive at the conclusion that the popsicle is delicious and refreshing. Let's get into the specifics of the science behind taste.

Read Story
Topics:Flavors