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Fruity, reminiscent of figs, raisins, dates, grapes, prunes and brandy.
 
Notes from Andrea at  perfumechemicals.com

Mild smelling butyric, iso-valerate-like odour. It should be classified as fruity and classical plum-like. It exhibits a certain fresh sweetness similar to some linalyl esters, but here a distinctive woody, dry, tobacco-y facet dominates the overall aspect. 

There might also be a rosey, green-metallic nuance. It is quite persistent, an heart note I would say.

Very nice in fruity accords: together with iso-amyl iso-valerate, bergamot eo or bergamot smelling chemicals (ethyl linalyl acetate), cassis absolute (or labienoxime 10%, cassyrane or other foxy, cat urine-smelling chemicals) and aldehyde c18/c14, it forms a sweet peachy bouquet.

In a fancy tobacco accord (preferably with tobacco absolute) it may constitute the plum-like note distinctive of some aromatised blends (plum juice concentrate).   

 


Odor Strength: Medium

 

Odor Type: Fruit

 

Longevity: 48 Hours

 

Note: Middle

 

Use Up To: 5%

In Fragrance Concentration.

 

Flash Point: 251.00 °F. TCC ( 121.67 °C. )

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CAS # 68039-69-0

Product Reviews

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Dry Fruits builder
RRUGGER (New York, NY) 1/30/2020 7:36 PM
Great product that shows its character in blending. On its own it has a beautiful dry down finishing in tobacco and damascone nuances, and reminiscent of dry leaves. It is a wonderful enhancer to reinforce juicy, jammy aspects of a fig accord, and it's a great building block for plum and apricot. I've also used it to modify yellow and red florals, making them meatier. I like using it in conjunction with Prunella and Pyroprunat.
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Dark fruit builder.
David Goodwin (Madison, WI) 9/27/2016 7:08 PM
The description provided is pretty accurate at suggesting what can be done with this unassuming little aromachem. It seems like an excellent backbone for "dark fruit" notes. There are definitely brandied butyric elements that remind me of french cognac eo, slightly resinous myrrh-like tones. A particularly nice supporting role for damascenone, and could be pulled in a fig direction with some lactones and a hint of something green to pull the woodiness out. Very versatile stuff.