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  1. Re: Looking for some (Z)-3-hexen-1-yl pyruvate

    What is it? Why would I want it?
  2. Thread: Honey note

    by cuallito
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    Honey note

    Is honey absolute any good for adding a honey note to a fragrance, or is it a job better left to synthetics?
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    Re: What's this secret ingredient??

    I would guess a mix of aroma chemicals based on a resin such as amber, oppoponax, myrrh, labdanum, etc.
  4. Re: So I'm thinking of doing a Scent Analysis...

    What "gets you" about a fragrance probably isn't a single aroma chem, but a synergistic effect between several. Getting a fragrance analyzed is very instructive, though, so if you have the money to...
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    Re: Gritman essential oils?

    Thanks, Ashler I ordered their heliotrope maceration oil and it's definitely what it claims to be.
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    Re: What smells say Vietnam to you?

    I think of the smell of pho....star anise, beef broth, basil, and fish sauce.
  7. Re: Turning a basic idea into a full fragrance....

    Thanks for the advice, PK and Dr. ST.

    Chewbacca absolute? Now that is a new one! I guess wookies aren't a protected species then :D
  8. Re: Turning a basic idea into a full fragrance....

    Thanks for the advice, David :D
  9. Re: Turning a basic idea into a full fragrance....

    Yes, thats what I was trying to ask...any ideas? Thanks...
  10. Turning a basic idea into a full fragrance....

    After much experimentation, I've finally found the spicy "heliotrope" accord I've been hunting for. It's (roughly)

    5 parts Champaca Absolute
    5 parts Clove EO
    1 part Heliotropin

    I'd like to...
  11. Re: Getting smell of an incense into a perfume?

    Thanks. I kinda wonder if that'd capture the lighter molecules or just the particulates?
  12. Getting smell of an incense into a perfume?

    What'd be the best way to make a perfume that smells like an incense I make? The "juice" that goes on the incence sticks isn't terribly complicated, its honey, heliotrope maceration oil, and clove...
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    Re: Baking soda enfleurage

    Yes, I'm planning to find some unsuspecting flowers to be my test subject....
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    Re: Baking soda enfleurage

    That's the idea. The baking soda wouldn't dissolve in ethanol, but the captured aroma compounds would.
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    Baking soda enfleurage

    Anyone that's ever baked knows how readily baking soda absorbs adjacent flavors/smells. Could this be used to in perfumery? It's also keeps things from going bad, which would stop the decay problem...
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    Re: Heliotrope Absolute

    Come to think of it, the oil smells almost like the inversion of a flower. Maybe if I get it analyzed and invert the ratios of the constituents, I'd get a floral aroma back?
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    Re: Heliotrope Absolute

    The maceration oil is made by leaving the flowers out in the sun soaking in coconut oil for a month or two andit smells like it.


    I guess I'm just going to have to grow the plant myself. I posted...
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    Re: Heliotrope Absolute

    Total dirty bullocks huh? Ok, do not want then :P
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    Heliotrope Absolute

    Hi, according to The Goodscents Company, a legit heliotrope absolute is made in France (http://www.thegoodscentscompany.com/data/ab1062801.html)

    The only reputable supplier I can find of said...
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    Re: ISO Apple Blossom FO

    Probably because there isn't a big demand for it?
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    Re: ISO Apple Blossom FO

    I dunno of anyone that makes what you're looking for, but here's a paper with the volatiles of apple flowers listed http://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/jf00025a025
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    Re: Deep, leathery vanilla

    Thanks Chris.

    So I can get vanilla extract from Mexico pretty easily here in Oklahoma. Maybe it's coumarin free, I dunno, but you can get it.
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    Deep, leathery vanilla

    If I wanted a vanilla note that smelled like the dried pods (preferably the Mexican variety) and not like imitation vanilla extract, what sort of vanilla product should I get?
  24. Perfume pyramids/base-middle-top-note classification

    So scoff all you want, but I've been finding these "accord pyramid" charts at saveonscents.com very useful: http://www.saveonscents.com/index.php/cPath/456.

    I'm wondering, is there a better...
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    Re: How many molecules?

    Jsparla, when I was reading your post I was hoping it would end with an integer, and not "happy counting" lol ;)
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    Re: Living Jasmine Accord

    Thanks!
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    Re: How many molecules?

    Sure, why not?
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    How many molecules?

    How many molecules are used in the fragrance industry, total?
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    Re: Making A Formula From A GC/MS Analysis

    If they GC'd the sample I got, they'd find it peculiarly similar to frat boy sweat.
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    Re: Heliotropine + Mimosa Absolute + ??????

    David you'll have to forgive my dumbness while I'm learning. Anyway, yes I was planning to primarily use this for incense but I burned two sticks of it yesterday before bed and I had some really...
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    Re: How to Build Accords

    There are lots of ways to do it. From experience you'll be able to pick out the different "parts" of the smell of a rose, then know what chemicals to mix to recreate the whole thing.
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    Heliotropine + Mimosa Absolute + ??????

    Any suggestions for a slightly stinky, heavy basenote to anchor a heliotropin + mimosa absolute accord?
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    Re: Solvent Extraction of Fruits?

    Hermitage sells a few fruit CO2 extracts.
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    Found great deal on incense

    Hey I just wanted to let everyone know I found a GREAT deal on incense. I have been trying all the stick incense I can get a hold of (Mother's from India, Magnifiscents, etc) and this stuff is...
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    Re: Budget flower EOs

    Thanks. Hopefully I'll find the time soon to start creating and testing some incense blends.
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    Re: Budget flower EOs

    Thanks all. I normally wouldn't be adverse to using synthetics, but in my experience synthetics don't even smell remotely as good as natural oils when burned, for some reason.

    PK, have you smelled...
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    Budget flower EOs

    Are there any EOs from flowers that cost less than or around $10 an once? I know of lavender, geranium and hyssop. There is also palma rosa, which is a grass, but supposedly smells like roses. This...
  38. Thread: Santalol

    by cuallito
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    Santalol

    So has anyone smelled pure alpha- or beta- santalol? How does it compare to real santalum album oil? Can it be synthesized more cheaply than real santalum album oil?
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    Re: Candle VS Cosmetic Grade Fragrance Oils

    saveonscents.com has a great selection of synthetic FOs for candles, incense, cosmetics. If you follow their concentration guidelines, you shouldn't have to worry about irritation on skin. I wouldn't...
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    Re: Benzyl Benzoate, smell of...

    Hmmmmm, I don't have experience with pure benzyl benzoate, but I do have some "heliotropin replacer" that's half benzyl benzoate & half heliotropin. It really doesn't have much of it's own smell,...
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    Re: Recreating A Living Pink Rose

    Comedy option: raspberry ketone
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    Re: Heliotrope Investigations

    No idea about the relative concentrations - they're not listed in the paper I found. Paper: http://hortsci.ashspublications.org/content/40/5/1237.full.pdf

    I imagine you could make a sort of cherry...
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    Re: Got Heliotrope Maceration Oil Today

    Nizan are you refering to the odor of the flowers or have you tracked down the elusive heliotrope EO??? I haven't had the chance to smell the flowers yet. I posted another thread with a headspace...
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    Re: Got Heliotrope Maceration Oil Today

    Yes it's from gritman. I think it'd be useful in a gasoline or phenolic scent. Definately not subtle.
  45. Re: Anyone have Pomegranate Analysis they can share?

    Thanks, PK
  46. Re: Anyone have Pomegranate Analysis they can share?

    @Nizan, thanks, yeah I remember seeing that one. I may buy the complete paper. I think there might be enough here to make something?

    hexenal - cut grass

    1-octen-3-one - Intense earthy,...
  47. Re: Anyone have Pomegranate Analysis they can share?

    Thanks PK. Yeah that's weird...nothing really fruity there.
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    Re: Fabaceae family perfume ingredients?

    Thanks!
  49. Re: What do I use to add an ocean scent note to perfume?

    Here you go: http://www.thegoodscentscompany.com/odor/marine.html
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    Re: Help with incense blend

    Yes it evaporates and fills the room, that's the point.
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    Re: Help with incense blend

    Good question....I guess an incense top note would just be whatever creates a top note in the aroma of the smoke. Would probably be an oil as opposed to a solid like frankincense. Lavender oil would...
  52. Anyone have Pomegranate Analysis they can share?

    Anyone have an analysis of the volatiles in pomegranate they can share (headspace or any method?)
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    Help with incense blend

    I have a WIP incense blend that I've been using. It's the following burned on incense charcoal. Ratios are determined by the very scientific TLAR (that looks about right) method.

    Mimosa absolute ...
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    Re: Freesia accord

    Did the headspace analysis pick up anything else? Maybe there's something in there you can use?
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    Fabaceae family perfume ingredients?

    What are some plants in the Fabaceae family that are used in perfumery? I know of broom, mimosa, pea flower, licorice and black locust. Anyone know of others?
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    Heliotrope Investigations

    Ever since receiving a sample of "heliotrope" fragrance oil from Save on Scents months ago when I started getting into perfumery, I've been a little obsessed with it. I knew that it wasn't REAL...
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    Re: Great Free PDF of a book

    Thanks I DLed it yesterday, don't know if ill have time to look at it though
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    Got Heliotrope Maceration Oil Today

    Got my heliotrope maceration oil in the mail today. It's really different than the typical heliotropin-based note we often call heliotrope in fragrances. It's evidently impossible create an absolute...
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    Re: Need help with a Tuberose accord

    http://www.pellwall-perfumes.com/resources/Tuberose-Headspace.pdf
  60. Re: Ionone alpha "white coeur" vs ionone alpha

    I beleive its a different ratio of isomers.
  61. The "secret ingedients" in modern perfumes

    Well we all know about iso E super, the non-so-secret-anymore ingredient in a lot of modern perfumes that's used to add that certain something. What are some other molecules that don't have much...
  62. Thread: Ionones

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    Ionones

    So I have been sitting here assuming that the scent of violet flowers is composed mainly of ionones, due to the scent similarity between the two, but browsing thru GSC website it looks like the most...
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    Re: Ambroxan - I'm puzzled

    I think the job of Ambroxan is to make other substances last whilst not having much of it's own smell..."I think" meaning I'm probably wrong and will most likely be corrected in the next post.....
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    Re: Gritman essential oils?

    I emailed them, asking how it is made. They said:

    It is made from the Heliotrope flowers that we grown in the Gritman Garden. The flowers are put in a fat, we like to use Fractionated Coconut Oil,...
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    Re: Jean Claude Elena basenote

    Hmmmm thanks all. It's probably a combo of iso e with the other chems he likes to use (seems to like the watery ones.)
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    Re: Jean Claude Elena basenote

    Thanks, that does narrow it down at least a little bit. :/
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    Jean Claude Elena basenote

    There's this wonderful transparent basenote that's in JCE's later perfumes. It's most evident in Jardin Sur la Nil and Eau de Hiver. I think I also smell it a little in Sisley eau de champagne. It...
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    Gritman essential oils?

    Hi has anyone ordered from Gritman essential oils (http://www.gritman.com/)? Is their stuff the real deal? I was thinking of ordering their heliotrope maceration from them.
  69. Thread: Limonene

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    Re: Limonene

    Yup looks like they're isomers.

    http://www.caslab.com/Limonene_CAS_138-86-3/
    http://www.caslab.com/d-Limonene_CAS_5989-27-5/
  70. Thread: Pineapple EO

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    Re: Pineapple EO

    Thanks Chris :)
  71. Thread: Pineapple EO

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    Re: Pineapple EO

    I got interested since I love fruity smells too. I found this other paper that'll probably be more usefull than the first I posted:...
  72. Thread: Pineapple EO

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    Re: Pineapple EO

    Here's an article where they analysed the *actual* compounds comming off two varieties of pinneaple. I imagine it would be very useful: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3397533/
  73. Re: What are your favorite non-floral heart/middle note ingredients?

    Juniper berry would be a good one?
  74. Re: What are your favorite non-floral heart/middle note ingredients?

    You have quite a bit there! Try tobacco, patchouli or the spices.
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    Re: Gamma Methyl Ionone

    For mine (and anyone else's) future reference, 101325-32-0's systematic name is [1a(E),3a]-4-(2,2,3-trimethyl-6-methylenecyclohexyl)-3-Buten-2-one
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    Gamma Methyl Ionone

    Does "gamma methyl Ionone" refer to a single chemical or a class of chemicals? I had a sample analyzed by GCMS and one of the constituents was Gamma Methyl Ionone, but the CAS number was really...
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    Re: Sounds Silly But Could it Work?????

    Most states in the us you can buy everclear. I know you're in the UK but info for other people reading this.
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    Re: Sandalwood Attempts

    What about Santalol, the main constituent of Sandalwood EO?
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    Re: Elderflower accord

    BTW that co2 extract sounds delicious! Maybe make an ice cream shop type frag with it?
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    Re: Elderflower accord

    Poking around the good scents company is usually a good place to start: https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Agoodscentscompany.com+elderflower
  81. Thread: White Musks

    by cuallito
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    White Musks

    Can anyone recommend their favorite white musks(single molecule, accord, etc)?
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    Perfumer's World

    Anyone buy supplies from them? I was wondering if the quality of their products was worth the high shipping (they're in thailand)?
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    Re: Amber-Grisea, old instruction...

    I think the milksugar (lactose) or pumicestone is just to help grinding.
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    Re: synthetic molecule with a salty aroma?

    The OP might be interested in this as well: http://www.fragrantica.com/perfume/Demeter-Fragrance/Salt-Air-10175.html
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    Re: Good heliotope

    If you go Notifications (near the top) -> Inbox, you can see past PMs in the same window.
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    Re: Good heliotope

    By the way, I replied to your PM!
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    Re: Good heliotope

    I wonder if there's much difference between natural/synthetic, especially for incense, which is what I'm playing around with. I mean, a molecule is a molecule?
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    Re: Good heliotope

    I might be interested.... :D
  89. Thread: Fecal notes

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    Re: Fecal notes

    I am not sure if I enjoy fecal notes or not; I shall wipe my cat's butt with a brick of incense charcoal and light it. I'll let you all know how it goes.
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    Re: synthetic molecule with a salty aroma?

    PK introduced me to the perfumer's search tool, which is pretty useful: http://www.perfumersearch.com/

    Click "Odor Lookup Search" then enter "salty" in the search bar. Perhaps some of the...
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    Re: The Power of Aging Fragrances

    I've found it can round out/smooth a fragrance and get the different components to "play" better with one another, but probably won't turn it from awful to wonderful.
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    Sticky: Re: Splitting raw materials- please read!

    Mods, I am wanting to get a small amount of piperonal (like literaly, a few drops) for reference smelling. Where should I post my request?
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    Re: Natural fruit notes

    So exactly how expensive is "crazy money"?
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    Re: Natural fruit notes

    This IS cuallito (qui-yee-toe, spanish nickname). I would like to see honeydew melon, and was going to ask for blueberry too, but you said it's not very good :(
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    Re: Good heliotope

    Can one get a sample of piperonal (~1ml) in the US, or is it that tightly controlled?
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    Natural fruit notes

    Just curious, do absolutes/EOs/extracts from fruits exist for perfumery (nothing turned up with Google), or are we stuck with synthetics for fruit smells?
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    Re: Good heliotope

    Anyone tried the heliotrope "fleuressence" from perfumer's world?
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    Good heliotope

    Can anyone recommend a good heliotrope? Natural or synthetic is fine. I have tried the Save on Scents one, I like the smell, but it is weak even in their strongest concentration. Also tried Sun's Eye...
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    Re: Fixer for heliotrope

    Maybe the staff at fragrantica are confused? http://www.fragrantica.com/notes/Genet-552.html

    Well I ordered some mimosa abs, tolu, ylang^2, and amyris oil. All supposed to be good fixers for...
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    Re: Fixer for heliotrope

    Appears that there are two fragrance substances called Genet, a plant also called "Broom", and the one from the animal. Which one did you mean?
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