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Apritone (Bedoukian)

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Warm fruity with ripe fleshy apricot and peach notes reminiscent of peach cordial. It has jammy Davana and damascenone-like nuances and a slight floral under note. Warm, fruity aroma with ripe, fleshy apricot and peach notes. Extremely long lasting. Apritone makes a significant contribution to fragrances that are peach and jasmine based.

Odor Strength: Medium


Odor Type: Fruit


Longevity: 216 Hours


Note: Middle/Base

Flash Point:       230.00 °F ( 110.00 °C )


Use Up To: 5%

In Fragrance Concentration.




CAS # 68133-79-9

Product Reviews

(6 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
green underripe apricot, slight orange citrus, osmanthus, nectarine
Parker Turtenwald (Olympia, WA) 11/11/2019 1:03 PM
Apritone - green underripe apricot, almost get some orange (citrus) tonality. pleasant apricot leaning on nectarine or sharp deep red plum. might help add a tang and sweet background to peach accords, reminiscent of the "peach" aromas in some wines. a little bit of the opaque rubbery yellow smell of tulips. maybe like a very fresh made apricot jam, maybe with crushed apricot put thrown in there. light, faintly sweet, some resemblance to osmanthus. It's a happy light fun smell. probably would give this 4.5 stars out of 5
Light and fruit-juicy
david lincoln brooks (Boerne, TX) 8/6/2018 10:05 PM
A gorgeous fruit note, suggesting peach and apricot. It smells juicy and fruit-sweet, but not sugared, necessarily. It is light, and its delicacy never ever cloys or becomes candy-like or cough syrup-like. It has a somewhat airy, perfumey quality, which makes it better suited for florals... than for dessert-y gourmand blends. It doesn't smell candle-waxy, like the old Aldehyde C-14 tends to. It will make rose, peony and osmanthus blends absolutely SING, as well as your wine-like, honey, whiskey or booze-y blends.
Quite useful in floral accords
William Roberts (Clearwater,, FL) 1/22/2015 8:49 AM
I've found this quite useful in floral accords. It's well able to move things in interesting and distinctive directions. It's one of those materials that surprises me: from the smell out of the bottle I'd think it had potential but would not expect it to do anything more than a touch. Instead, in amounts of up to about 3%, it can really be transformative.
Very light , fresh, fruity note
Mechanical Stream (Los Angeles) 6/27/2014 3:47 PM
Extremely light at 20%. Slight apple facet to it and somewhat fresh and clean. If it were stronger, I could see if being a very usable material, but I suspect that its for functional fragrance more than anything.