Neroli is the note that makes warm-weather fragrances so intoxicating, and also one of the world's oldest perfumes. (People have been making it out of orange blossoms for thousands of years.) It's in season now, so why not see how it goes from a tree in Tunisia to your atomizer at home? Lush's footage is gorgeous and the process is really cool, so if you always loved those Sesame Street and "How It's Made" videos, you'll get a kick out of this.
Want to see more? Take a tour of Chanel's jasmine fields to find out how flowers are turned into Chanel Nº 5.