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Butyl Cyclohexanol Para
Butyl Cyclohexanol Para

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A woody camphors aroma, extremely dry, woody-camphoraceous.

Odor Strength: Medium


Odor Type: Balsam


Longevity: 12 Hours


Note: Middle


Use Up To: 6%

In Fragrance Concentration.


Flash Point: 221.00 °F. TCC ( 105.00 °C. )



CAS # 98-52-2

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(5 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
Best deal if you own perfumer's alcohol
Matt S (Pismo Beach, CA) 9/26/2018 4:20 PM
Best bang for your buck on this site, stuff smells incredible a little like ambergris and pencil shavings! All you need is to add it to a beaker, throw in 5ml of alcohol per gram and stir it in a warm water bath.
old leather
Tatiana Naumova (Moscow, ) 1/7/2018 3:42 AM
I feel its more like old leather jacket in dry wood sawdust. Most of his wonderful properties open when combined with musks, and other substances. With vanilla it looks like absolute vanilla.
Quiet but Powerful
Wayne St Pierre (Portland, OR) 9/3/2016 9:11 AM
I was making an animalic accord with honey and a very skanky musk. To my frustration, I had to dilute the powerful, overbearingly sweet honey(miel) note down to practically nothing to achieve the right balance with the leather. Patchone offered such an effective solution that I had to start over from scratch. It became the perfect modifier to equalize these disparate but complementary notes. The dry woods/aromatic qualities gave body and life to the leathery musk even as they tamed the sweetness of the honey. I didn't have to dilute the honey and I used about 1/10 the amount of musk. Very elegant solution provided by this rather unassuming material.
Unusual watery, thin woody material with some earthy nuance
MS (LA) 7/4/2014 6:17 PM
Patchone is a strange one: quite watery and transparent, a little bit like mahoganate without the sourness. I'm not sure if it's supposed to have some connection to patchouli, but I could totally see it playing second fiddle to patch if patch wasn't already so booming. Someone could get very creative with this, I think, as it's more evocative and useful than the description would suggest.