Aroma360 to provide signature scent to Atlantis Paradise Island

The scent was created by Farah Abassi, Aroma360’s founder and chief aromachologist, who eyed to “evoke feelings of happiness, comfort and familiarity”.

Aroma360 has become the official scent provider for Atlantis Paradise Island in the Caribbean. The resort will feature its own signature scent, named Skyfall, that will pay homage to the James Bond film shot at the resort, “Thunderball.”

The scent was created by Farah Abassi, Aroma360’s founder and chief "aromachologist," who sought to “evoke feelings of happiness, comfort and familiarity.”

Abassi selected a citrus theme for its energizing connotations and incorporated floral notes, such as orange blossom. Abassi also added jasmine as a natural mood enhancer, with cedarwood used as the base note. 

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Skyfall will be available for purchase in a variety of products, from essential oil-based fragrances to candles. 

Aroma360 has developed over 50 signature scents, some of which were designed specifically for hotels, including Borgata Resort and Casino, Biltmore Hotels, The Ritz-Carlton and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

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