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Amber Xtreme™ (IFF)

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Amber Xtreme™ (IFF)
A sharp amber with a somewhat rancid wood undertone. Has a slight ambergris facet is a versatile material that brings volume and warmth to any creation.

(AC) Aroma Chemical

Recommended Usage Levels: 0.5% in the fragrance concentrate.

NOTE: Base

ODOR TYPE: Animal

ODOR Characteristics:

  • Animal
  • Musk
  • Woody
  • Spicy

AKA NAME: Musk Indenofuran, cashmeran velvet

CHEMICAL NAME: 2,2,6,6,7,8,8-heptamethyl-3,3a,4,5,5a,7,8a,8b-octahydrocyclopenta[g][1]benzofuran

APPEARANCE: pale yellow to yellow clear liquid

ODOR STRENGTH: Medium

LONGEVITY: 168 hours on a blotter

MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 264.4522

AVERAGE USE: 0.5%

FLAVOR USAGE: No

CAS NUMBER: 476332-65-7

FLASH POINT: 251 °F ( 122 °C )

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Product Reviews

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Great for what it does
Anonymous (USA) 10/15/2015 2:38 PM
In all honesty, with all of these "Amber" synthetics, I really don't even know why they're called Ambers, as I personally never picked up the traditional Amber Accord vibe from them (based on Labdanum, Benzoin, and Vanilla). I do pick up a slight woody vibe from them but in feel only, not smell. If you are going off of smell alone with these Amber synthetics then you will be extremely disappointed. However, they are abstract materials and the effects that they have on a blend is what they are used for. Having said that, all of the ones I've tried so far were way too subtle to me and I was never intrigued by them. However, I must say that Amber Xtreme, though still subtle, is the strongest out of the bunch so far, as it's smell is a bit more perceptible and it's effect is more diffusive. You won't be able to smell it in a blend, but it's strength will definitely be felt. It provides a woody-velvety type nuance, volume, and subtle warmth. For what it does to a blend I'd say it deserves 5 stars.