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BETA-DAMASCONE (FIRMENICH)

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Beta-Damascone (Firmenich)
Beta-Damascone (Firmenich)

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15 ML @ 100% ($14.70)
30 ML @ 100% ($25.06)
15 ML @ 10% ($4.61)
30 ML @ 10% ($5.99)
2 ML @ 100% SAMPLE ($4.26)
2 ML @ 10% SAMPLE ($2.39)
80 ML @ 100% ($58.04)
120 ML @ 100% ($80.48)
240 ML @ 100% ($147.81)
480 ML @ 100% ($263.96)
80 ML @ 10% ($10.18)
120 ML @ 10% ($13.17)
240 ML@ 10% ($22.16)
480 ML @ 10% ($39.60)
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Number: AC0223 | AC B-13
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A very powerful fruity floral note. DAMASCONE BETA is a complex odor of rose, plum, blackcurrant, wine and tobacco

Use: DAMASCONE BETA gives a very distinctive character to any perfume. It is particularly valuable in rose but has also interesting effects in florals, woody, herbal, aldehydic and fruity perfumes. Acts as a fragrance enhancer. It is best appreciated at 10% solution imparting sophisticated floral and fruity aroma to fine fragrances. It is applicable in fine perfume composition.

RESTRICTED IFRA Critical Effect: Sensitization 

 

Odor Strength: High

 

Odor Type: Fruity

 

Longevity: 300+ Hours

 

Note: Middle/ Base

 

Use ONLY UP TO: 0.02%

In Fragrance Concentration.

Flash Point: > 200.00 °F ( > 93.33 °C )

 NOT AVAILABLE FOR FREE SAMPLES

SDS

 

CAS # 23726-91-2

Product Reviews

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beautiful, jammy, genuine rose
Parker Turtenwald (Olympia, WA) 11/11/2019 4:06 PM
BETA-DAMASCONE - beautiful, jammy, floral, dried rose petal but real rose, natural. might be contamination of my sample but a sense a green bitterness in the end, ever so slight vinyl smell. The slightest suggestive hint of mint, ever so small. Kind of an underlying sweet pleasant mellow pink-orange and rose smell, maybe a little like European varietals of grape. Of course very valuable in a perfume, if it were not for the expense. This is the nice part in a rose. I can really see this type of smell being in a food flavoring in juices, white wines or light fruity desserts. will combine wonderfully with Rose Oxide or Doremox.