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KETOISOPHORONE 4-Oxoisophorone

AROMA DISCRIPTIONMusty, woody, sweet, tea, citrus, lemon, tobacco leaf, foody aroma.

CHEMICAL NAME: 2,6,6-Trimethylcyclohexa-2-ene-1,4-dione 1125-21-9 4-oxoiso phorone

 

APPEARANCE: Solid


ODOR STRENGTH :Medium


ODOR TYPE: Mixture


LONGEVITY: not yet 
known


NOTE: Middle

AVERAGE USE: 2%

 

FLAVOR USAGE: n/a

CAS #: 1125-21-9

FLASH POINT:
> 200.0 °F (> 93.3 °C) Closed Cup 

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not the tea smell you'd expect, sweet brewed tea with lemon, slightly milk
Parker Turtenwald (Olympia, WA) 11/11/2019 9:04 PM
ketoisophorone - this isn't the tea you expect, or at least it's not tea in the way you'd think. It's like if the sweet edible component in a tea were taken out and isolated, strangely. Has a very grey color feeling, yet in an edible way. Maybe a little bit of a hint of brewed tea that's been sitting stored inside a container for a little too long. Really hard to describe, it's only one particular facet of the smell of brewed sweet tea. Maybe a hint in the direction of canned preserved peaches, or something like that. There's something about this that I don't feel is "fresh". Maybe like some sort of note that you'd find in the background in a tropical fruit. Maybe just a tiny bit milky or "lactic", and certainly with some lemon (like citral) thrown in. I love the smell of tea, but for some reason I'm having a little trouble getting 100 percent enthusiastic about this.
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Pierre (Bruxelles, ) 12/6/2015 8:11 AM
Well... this is weird. To my nose it smells like honeyed hay. Plus there's a kind of wet soil side, almost mushroomy. And a milky smell. Interesting material, for sure.