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BISABOLENE (GIVAUDAN)

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 Bisabolene (Givaudan)

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Number: AC0233 | AC B-15
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SPICY, BALSAMIC, AGRESTIC

Balsamic, Sweet, Myrrh, Orange flower

Use: Bisabolene has a warm, sweet-spicy-balsamic odor very typical of opoponax and "oriental" fragrance types. Blends well with bergamot, myrrh and lemon, is an excellent fixative for neroli bases.

Odor Strength: Medium

 

Odor Type: Balsam

 

Longevity: 104 Hours

 

Note: Middle

 

Use Up To: 10%

In Fragrance Concentration.


Flash Point: 230.00 °F ( 110.00 °C )

 

SDS

 

CAS # 495-62-5  11003-31-9

Product Reviews

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Bisabolene
Justus (MI) 7/5/2014 7:58 AM
An addictive, soft, warm note found naturally in a large number of essential oils from cardamom to chamomile to sandalwood.
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A soft, lemony myrrh note
Mechanical Stream (Los Angeles) 6/27/2014 6:57 PM
An unusual lemony-wood note that has some dry, scratchy myrrh facets to it. Smells somewhere between a pile of leaves and an industrial product, and I could see it anchoring resins and musks quite well. Relatively soft again, though.