Some are emotion-driven perfumes, while others work very technically. There is nothing to diminish in abilities here, God forbid, but in the case of Thomas Kosmala he is an alchemist (so he at least refers to himself), who mixes different substances and fragrances. The result is of course both amazing and fascinating. Working with raw materials Thomas Kosmala was born in Poland. When he decided to pursue the field of perfume he already had a degree in chemistry and even worked in the essential oils industry. He acquired his perfume education through some private lessons with Alice Data from Cinquima Sense. Through it he learned and acquired knowledge in everything related to creation, composition and all other things necessary for the needs of technical perfume. He trained at her institution for two years in Paris, trying to make connections between raw materials and colors, shapes and textures, when in fact it was about creativity. Of course he learned quite a bit about synthetics as well, believing that synthetics are just as important as natural ones. And after two years in Paris he set up a laboratory in the south of France, where he continues to experiment with different raw materials to create something special and enchanting. To this day, Thomas Kosmala is considered a kind of rock star in the world of perfume, and his fragrances - which he mixes himself - are among the most exclusive and expensive in the world. Their consumers come mainly from the Middle East and the rich of the Gulf. Thomas Kosmala - Being aware of the fact that in the commercial world, there should always be trends in the niche cosmala because this is what the mass market buys mostly. So he decided to go for the niche field. According to him, a niche is synonymous with freedom, where here one does not follow trends but creates art, movements, and no reference to commercial inputs. What’s more, customers who purchase the perfumes are looking for uniqueness, and they can easily find it in a niche, which is a diverse and soul-filled world. In his perfumes he tends to make extensive use of the Oud ingredient that Europe says he has only recently discovered. It is a fragrance that has existed throughout history in the Middle East. When in the Middle East, Oud was used as a form of relaxation. To welcome guests. However while large commercial perfumes use synthetic ode in their production, since natural ode is difficult to obtain especially when it comes to large quantities. After all, Kosma prefers and likes to use this natural ingredient in his perfumes, among other things because he wants to keep the tradition alive. The first piece - pure ode to his first piece Cosmola testifies: "This is my vision for the purity of oud. In the top notes you have a lot of flowers: rose, magnolia, gardenia, jasmine, peony ... At the top there are not many fresh notes of citrus; while there is bergamot "The perfume goes straight to the flowers. One thing I had a really hard time with was how to connect the flowers with the base notes of oud and a very soft amber." To overcome this obstacle he decided to check what others are doing and found that flowers can add to the fragrance of oud. "And if you keep it on the skin all day, it will become a soft amber musk base with more. This is the main part of the fragrance, and the reason was that I created it for a relaxing afternoon atmosphere, to create purity and caressing softness of more, not particularly animalistic," he adding. Compared to the white oud, Thomas Kosmala issued the black oud. This is a different story, in fact it is the opposite fragrance, since it contains an overdose of Oud oil. It's darker, it's more mysterious. And only in its top notes can one find the hallmarks of the previous perfume. In his subsequent works, Cosmola turned to the European market and developed a suitable series for him.