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Number: AC1365 | AC S-03


(sandalmysore)Sandalmysore Core has more powerful and diffusive odor than natural Sandalwood Mysore. It also has a sweet, woody and very tenacious. Use up to 5%

Odor Strength: Medium


Odor Type: Wood


Longevity: 400 Hours


Note: Base


Use Up To: 5%

In Fragrance Concentration.


Flash Point: 201.00 °F. TCC ( 93.89 °C. )



CAS # 28219-60-5

Product Reviews

(5 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
not quite sandalwood
Parker Turtenwald (Olympia, WA) 10/22/2019 7:24 PM
First, keep in mind that this is just my personal opinion. I think other people may have very different perspectives on this smell. I've smelled two other sandalwood synthetics, Firsantol and Javanol, and to me it seems obvious that Sandaxol is the inferior of the three. Smells more like a sweet alcohol (in a phenethyl alcohol direction, kind of more like rose potpourri, not the best aspect of the smell of roses). Not only is Sandaxol much weaker but it also has much less of the characteristic deep musky sandalwood note than Javanol does. What Sandaxol does smell like to me is terpene-lemony (and reminiscent of Elemol/Elemi), lemon Pine-Sol, lemon aroma type hops, precious wood from a tropical tree, neither really good nor really bad smelling, reminiscent of tea tree oil, or fresh sap from a cedar tree, a little bit dry like cypress. only a hint of rosy Javanol. It's pungent but only half in a sandalwood way, the other half is in a rosinous "skunky" lemon way. However, one way in which Sandaxol does stand out is it has a sandalwood-reminiscent smell more in the form of a top note. This could potentially be useful to perfumers because normally sandalwood comes in the form of a base note. So it could be added to give highlights to a sandalwood accord.
Sandaxol (Santaliff)
Justus (MI) 7/18/2014 1:25 PM
A beautiful, diffusive, creamy sandalwood. Longer lasting than Bacdanol (4x) and more diffusive than the natural oil. Extraordinary in accords with Ebanol, Javanol, and Bacdanol.
Standard sour synthetic, only milder and more faint.
MS (LA) 7/4/2014 9:42 PM
A standard sour synthetic sandalwood along the lines of ebanol only much weaker. Not bad, but it's not doing anything unusually impressive. Bacdanol is far more realistic.