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Rhodinol 70 Sweet, rosy floral, waxy/fatty, powdery red rose citronellal-like with fresh citrus mandarin, lemon and lime nuances.  

CHEMICAL NAME:  3,7-dimethyloct-6-en-1-ol 

APPEARANCE: CLEAR, COLORLESS TO PALE YELLOW LIQUID

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ODOR STRENGTH: MEDIUM

ODOR TYPE: Floral

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AVERAGE USE:  IS IFRA RESTRICTED. Sensitization, use up to only 13.30 % in finishes product.

FLAVOR USAGE: yes

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CAS NUMBER: 141-25-3

FLASH POINT: 210.00 °F. TCC ( 98.89 °C. )   


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same sort of effect as citronellol but much cleaner, more beautiful
Parker Turtenwald (Olympia, WA) 11/23/2019 2:36 AM
Rhodinol - softer, more perfumed and transparent than citronellol, without that sort of plastic off-putting twangy waxy/metallic background citronellol can tend to have. It's much more expensive than citronellol but smells more like the note in rose. More subtleties in this smell can really come out, and it doesn't just smell like citronella. It's just much clearer than the smell of citronella. I get a somewhat "lemony" smell that has a little bit of the feel of lily of the valley, and also a reminiscence of the type of smell from the finest geraniol but more mild. The additional expense of using this instead of generic citronellol for creating a lemon-scented rose note can definitely be worth it. This could also go with tea notes (like a bergamot/lemon tea effect). I get sort of the feeling of a field of wildflowers almost. Maybe sort of like the finest scented lemon geraniums. This might also be useful in a carnation accord, I think.