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 (Aurantiol, Auralva) Methyl Anthranilate / Hydroxycitronellal Schiff Base
Aurantiol is perhaps the best known Schiff base and is extensively used in a large variety of floral notes such as orange-blossom, linden-blossom and tuberose. Used in citrus cologne types, it acts as an excellent fixative as well as exalting the top notes. It gives an oriental character when used in amber an chypre compositions and blends particularly well with macrocyclic musks.

Extremely powerful as a fragrance ingredient AND a fixative with a strong neroli scent with a trace hint of grape and a trace amount of a white wood such as teakwood.

Odor Strength: Med

 

Appearance: Super thick 
 must be heated to liquify.

Odor Type: Floral

 

Longevity: 400 Hours

 

Note: Middle to Base

 Flash Point:       201.00 °F ( 93.89 °C )

Use Up To:8%

In Fragrance Concentration.

 

SDS

 

CAS # 89-43-0

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Indispensable for Any Perumer
Donovan Twaddle (Minneapolis, MN) 9/15/2020 10:35 PM
This is a beautiful base and does a great job of lifting top notes and acting as a top/mid note fixative. I added some to a Neroli fragrance with Moroccan Neroli eo, which has oakwood in the base along with musks, myrrh, tonka bean, ambergris, and Peru balsam, but the neroli lasts well into the drydown. I'm guessing Aurantia is the reason, because on its own, Neroli is quite fleeting. This is a light, fresh, lovely orange blossom scent, but has a low odor impact, so it does a better job of enhancing other notes instead of taking the spotlight. This should be in every perfumer's organ.