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Number: AC1457 | AC1458
DANGEROUS GOODS - UN:3082 - CLASS 9

TIMBERSILK (IFF) has smooth, warm, woody, and amber nuances.

CAS #: 54464-57-2

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IATA: DANGEROUS GOODS - UN:3082 - CLASS 9

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Product Reviews

(7 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Dapper
derrick (United States) 3/20/2016 8:00 PM
This is considered an upgraded Iso E Super, but has different qualities on it's own. For one, it doesn't have the mild lemony fresh aspect that Iso E Super has. Secondly, Timbersilk has a stronger Virginia Cedar-almost Sandalwood like quality and it's so dapper and smooth. One of my favorite notes.
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Iso E Super on Steroids
Anonymous (USA) 9/7/2015 11:29 AM
This is identical to Iso E Super in every way but just more perceptible. It is very nice smelling and almost skin-like. I really don't get the "silk" and "suave" aspects that I heard about before though, but I love the smell of it still.
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Timbersilk
JR (MI) 7/27/2014 11:35 AM
This is one of the most incredible materials that we have available to us. You can google its chemical similarities/differences from Iso E Super, but spend some time with it in actual blends to see its truly extraordinary beauty! (Basenotes has a thread about substituting Timbersilk for IES in a Grojsman Accord.)
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Iso E Super
MS (LA) 7/4/2014 9:47 PM
Identical to Iso E Super with all of the same wonderful effects which that material can produce. Pointless if you already own Iso E, but good to have otherwise. I think it's slightly stronger than IES, but I couldn't say for sure.