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Number: AC0141 | AC A-69
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Odor: Sweet, floral, anisic, hawthorn, heliotrope and somewhat nutty.
Use: Very widely used in perfumery for its good tenacity. The main component for numerous floral accords like lilac, hawthorn, anise, honeysuckle, heliotrope etc.  can mellow out aromatics and chypres.

AKA: Anisaldehyde

CHEMICAL NAME: 4-methoxybenzaldehyde, para-anisaldehyde, p-methoxybenzaldehyde

APPEARANCE: clear

ODOR STRENGTH: medium

ODOR TYPE:  Sweet, powdery, mimosa, floral, hawthorn, vanilla, balsamic

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MOLECULAR WEIGHT:

LONGEVITY ON BLOTTER: 44 hours

NOTE: Middle              

CAS NUMBER: 123-11-5

FLASH POINT:  228.00 °F ( 108.89 °C )

IATA Not regulated as dangerous goods.

SDS

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Beautiful clean Anise note
RRUGGER (New York, NY) 1/13/2020 10:29 PM
This is a wonderful clean Anise note without any of the complexity of for example, a Star Anise EO. It is a wonderful accent to florals of the anisic family. I used it in a holiday composition together with Cranberries and Raspberries, instead of the more ubiquitous pepper, clove or cinnamon. It worked out great to add a touch of spice but still keep the blend sweet. It has nutty but creamy aspects on the dry down. It also works as a fresh modifier of Cedar, Fir and Juniper, helping to punch up their spice notes.