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HONEY (MIEL OLIFFAC) (IFF)

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Manufacturer: IFF
part number: DEPR 0512

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HONEY (MIEL OLIFFAC) Sweet honey aroma used as a middle note in fruity floral arrangements.

Odor Strength: Medium

 

Odor Type: Fresh

 

Longevity: 168 Hours

 

Note: Middle

 

Use Up To: 5%

In Fragrance Concentration.

 

Flash Point: > 212.00 °F. TCC ( > 100.00 °C. )

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Product Reviews

(6 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Didn't like it
Nolan Granberg (Boulder, CO) 6/22/2019 11:35 PM
It has a pretty strong phenyl acetic acid note, it reminds me exactly of the scent of mildew stained clothes, quite unattractive! It is a close take on the scent of honey but for me, I was disappointed. I was expecting something sweeter and more balsamic, this has a sharp note right in the "middle" of the smell that throws it off and will overpower a mix if you aren't careful.
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flowers and honey
Tatiana Naumova (Moscow, ) 1/16/2018 12:49 PM
For me it is more dandelion than honey. Honey yellow flowers. Without unpleasant viscous sweetness. So realistic that in the summer the bees will fly to it.
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Sweet, Deep, Rosy
John Biebel (Waltham, MA) 8/13/2015 6:48 PM
This is a very beautiful, slightly fuzzy and rich honey note. It has trace bits of smoke, rose, brown sugar and a bare hint of animalic tone. Overall a very intoxicating creation, works extremely well in small doses to lift up florals, and can also enrich incense and rose-based scents.
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Honey & Flowers
Gypsy (WY) 7/31/2014 4:07 PM
This isn't so much a "true" honey scent to my nose as it is a wildflower and honey scent. It's very mellow, floral, and rather buttery to my nose. I definitely prefer beeswax absolute to obtain a truer rich, layered, balsamic type honey note - but this will certainly have its place in the right blends.