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FLEURAMONE (IFF) has jasmin floral, with a powerful herbal and lactonic character

Use: It blends well with other ketones,used in mulberry, chypre and quince fragrances. Also a good fortifier for lavender. 

Odor Strength: Medium

Odor Type: Fruit

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CAS # 137-03-1

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(5 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Powerful modifier
RRUGGER (New York, NY) 1/13/2020 4:22 PM
Fantastic material that may seem too sharp or "difficult" at first, but works in synergy with florals and musks. It is a strong material, trace amounts add complexity and help display the waxy character of white florals, where the concept of a waxy, dewy petal may be needed. On its own it smells greener and somewhat bitter than when blended, it must be allowed to develop during curing. It also provides a natural accent when combined with green leaf, hyacinth or cyclamen accords.
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Great for chypre blends
Sherry Hawkins-Hutley (Scarborough, ON) 5/22/2015 10:03 PM
This has some meat to it & some longevity. Tried it in a basic chypre and it really made a lovely impression. Would use this in more masculine non-flowery concoctions.
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Powerful fruity-jasmine modifier
Mark (New York, NY) 8/2/2014 5:37 PM
Like many jasmine chemicals, this is not particularly impressive on its own, but adds diffusive power to fragrances. Odor is like cis-jasmone, but with the celery aspects replaced by peach. Demo formulas show it typically used around 0.1% in the concentrate.
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Waxy, aldehydic kind of material.
MS (LA) 7/4/2014 8:10 PM
Slightly waxy and almost aldehydic kind of material. It may work as support for jasmine, but it doesn't bear that much of a resemblance on its own. A touch of the indole might be found here, but otherwise it borders more on waxy citrus peel.