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IRIVAL (IFF)
IRIVAL (IFF)

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Orris root, floral, woody ( Orris Root Replacer) 
IRIVAL OLIFFAC 0612
This reconstitution reflects the different facets of natural orris absolute, gourmand, floral, woody and powdery. Orris root, floral, woody ( Orris Root Replacer) 

 

Odor Strength: Medium

 

Odor Type: Floral

 

Longevity:40+ Hours

 

Note: Base

 

Use Up To: 3%

In Fragrance Concentration.

Flash Point:       > 199 °F. TCC ( > 92 °C. ) 

SDS

 

CAS # NA

Product Reviews

(3 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Super orris
Mark (New York, NY) 6/4/2018 10:10 AM
This is an extremely powerful reconstruction/base and emphasizes the woody/earthy (carrot-like) aspects of orris, more waxy than powdery. A bit harsh right out of the bottle and easily dominates compositions, but the effect is unlike any other material I've encountered. It's big, no shrinking violet this.
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Dilute and enjoy
David Goodwin (Madison, WI) 11/26/2016 9:04 PM
An intense little nitrile that is most useful at 1%. The other reviewer really nailed the description of this, it's the watery carrot aspect of orris root (in dilution) with strong terpy top notes (that also mellow on dilution). Combining this with (I'll say "diluted" again here) cassie absolute to lend some subtle, floral ionones and youre well on your way to a lovely orris accord.
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Amazingly evocative and weird carrot juice material.
MS (LA) 7/4/2014 5:34 PM
One of the best materials available through Creatingperfume! As an orris replacer, it's questionable as it doesn't smell that close to the actual material, but it's such a fun molecule! It is absolutely the scent of a water carrot juice, and I swear it's the material that Comme des Garcons used in Sugi. Absolutely fantastic stuff—totally evocative and weird! This is also quite a strong material than can be diluted heavily.