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AMBERGRIS T OLIFFAC

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Number: AC0093 | AC0094
DANGEROUS GOODS - UN 1169: CLASS-3

Ambergris T Oliffac (IFF) has character-rich woody nuances. Rich dry amber, ambergris Somewhat musty/dusty and slightly camphorous, animallic, and old wood.

CAS # : Mixture

AKA NAME: Ambergris tincture replacer
SYNTHETIC AROMA CHEMICAL
CHEMICAL NAME: N/A
APPEARANCE: Pale yellow liquid
ODOR TYPE: Ambergris - Animalic
ODOR STRENGTH: Medium. Recommend smelling in a 5.00 % solution or less
ODOR LONGEVITY: 400 hours on a blotter.
ODOR DESCRIPTION: Dry, Amber, Ambergris, Animal, Woody, Old wood
NOTE: Base

SAFETY IN USE: Is not restricted as such according to the Standards of the International Fragrance Association (IFRA) (up to and including the 49th amendment)
SUGGESTED USE: 5.0000 % in the fragrance concentrate.
FLAVOR USAGE: No

SDS
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COA
IFRA STATEMENT
ALL DOCUMENTS

SUPPLIER: John D. Walsh
LOT #:0011392388
DATE RECEIVED: 10/23/2020
HARMONIZED CODE: N/A
IATA: DANGEROUS GOODS - UN 1169: CLASS-3

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
CHEMICAL FORMULA: N/A
MOLECULAR WEIGHT: N/A
ASSAY/PURITY: N/A
FLASH POINT: 62.60 °F (17.00 °C)
SHELF LIFE
STORAGE: Store in a cool, dry place in a tightly sealed container, protected from heat and light.

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Product Reviews

(5 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
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A lovely fixative.
david lincoln brooks (Boerne, TX) 8/7/2018 12:37 AM
Even at full strength, this chemical is quite subtle, and remains suavely "transparent" throughout its development. Those looking for an animalic funk will be disappointed: it does not seem civet-like, fecal, urinaceous, cumin-sweaty or "barnyard" to me at all. You'll need to look elsewhere for those qualities. From the bottle, I get an alcohol diffusiveness, with extremely subtle hints of wintergreen (like Lepage's children's paste) and a fleeting near-fruity nuance of cherry cough syrup. It dries down gently and beautifully to reveal a subtle leather-y indolic suaveness (but never as indolic as civet, castoreum or Indolene). In farthest drydown it takes on the quality of a sheer skin musk, smelling like a woman's skin or lips. It is the quality I smell in, say, Guerlain SAMSARA, underneath the jasmine and sandalwood: the tender smell of a healthy young woman's breath or lips. There is no "brine" or "fish" or sea-kelp quality at all. This will be an exquisite, delicately sensual, transparent, tenacious basenote musk for a wide variety of blends. Absolutely gorgeous.
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Subtle but nice
Anon (US) 2/29/2016 4:00 PM
I agree with the other reviewer wholeheartedly. The ethanol gives the initial impression of a powerful oceanic aroma, but once applied to the skin the ethanol quickly wears off and what's left is a subtle impression of something kind of like a vaguely oceanic breathy civet with a lactonic texture - very sensual. This is not bad at all, just very subtle. I can imagine one would have to use a lot to get it to stand out.
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A subtle background ambergris replacer
Mechanical Stream (Los Angeles) 6/27/2014 6:34 PM
This is a mild fixative that's predominantly civet with a slight lactonic / marine aspect. It's well done, and more realistic than other ambergris blends I've smelled, but I'd consider it as something that should be backgrounded and used as support.