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Dimethyl Hydroquinone

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Sweet, green, new mown hay, fennel, aromatic, herbaceous, earthy, tobacco note. 

Appearance: Solid Crystals

Odor Strength: High


Odor Type: Green


Longevity: 76 Hours


Note: Top Use


Up To: 4%

In Fragrance Concentration.


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


CAS # 150-78-7

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(2 Ratings, 1 Review) Average Rating:
potpourri, musky ivy soap, fennel celery stalk
Parker Turtenwald (Olympia, WA) 11/10/2019 9:14 PM
Dimethyl Hydroquionone - well this is interesting. I get the impression of potpourri, dried flower petals including roses but other flowers as well, maybe pansies, a little bit of a chemical hydroquinone fennel edge, musky like scented ivy soap, I get some of the new mown hay, it's a little bit of the harsh aspect of that hay, maybe mixed with fresh green lawn grass clippings. I do get a little bit of a celery or fresh fennel stalk note from this, maybe some linseed oil. fennel, with a bit of green bitterness in the end note. Very slightly floral as well. I would say it's musky in a hay sort of way. It's very heady (I get that same sort of feeling from orange flower ether). I get a musky musty feeling, sort of like a basement in my grandparent's house, old wood starting to rot, hint of a chemical smell pervading the storage area from moth balls and grease. Smells in one sense similar to Evernyl, so I expect this one go well in fragrances with oakmoss notes. (But it's a bit lighter more green and floral than Evernyl, and more transparent) The one thing I have to say is the smell is not so bright fresh and airy as the picture suggests. More like fresh mown partly green hay inside a barn storage area than out in an open field.