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    Re: Art of Scent 1889-2012

    Why?
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    Re: Art of Scent 1889-2012

    I didn't know that povomi. Thank you for the information.
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    Re: If you had to ... ; Ylang ...

    I believe the EDEN Ylang Complete Comoros would be my pick.
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    Art of Scent 1889-2012

    The Museum of Art and Design “Art of Scent 1889-2012” just arrived and I am looking forward to exploring this catalog that presents 12 masterworks.
    I love the presentation, and even though I have...
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    Re: Universal backbone accord from Matt

    cultural sensitivity:lolk:
  6. Re: Anyone have plans for a perfumer's desktop organ?

    I always thought these were quite smart. https://attarperfumes.net/how-to-build-a-folding-perfumers-organ/
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    Re: What note is iris?

    Orris concrete (butter) (really a solid essential oil steamed distilled from the rhizomes of Iris Pallida), is in the top category,
    Orris absolute from concrete is middle(similar to violet leaf...
  8. Thread: Ambroxan %

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    Re: Ambroxan %

    1 gr of Ambroxan does not equal 1 ml in a formula.
  9. Copyright in the Courts: Perfume as Artistic Expression?

    Interesting angle on Copyright from the the Dutch High Court and conversely "The French court likened parfumeurs to mere craftsmen, like carpenters or plumbers, rather than artists, and as such found...
  10. Re: Looking for notes that go with honeysuckle

    Go to Goodscents and discover what it can do for you.
    http://www.thegoodscentscompany.com/demos/dm1113231.html
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    Re: Fog Machine Scent?

    In performances Pears?


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    Re: Fog Machine Scent?

    These have not been used for a while. At least they shouldn’t be used. We knew them by the slang name as “crackers”. You do not want tiny particles of mineral oil floating around.


    Sent from my...
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    Fog Machine Scent?

    It does have a very distinct smell. Are you speaking of the basic stage foggers? ROSCO LAB ?
    They generally use a mixture of Monopropylene Glycol propylene glycol, triethylene glycol and de-ionized...
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    Re: Very simple accords for newbies

    What a great selection of simple accords.
  15. Re: help reaching similar/equal fragrance to jo malone oud & bergamot

    You were not doing anything wrong. You just do not have the skill to create a perfume equal to the one you enjoy. And it will be a long process before you were able to do that.
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    Re: symroxane: what do we know about it?

    That good Paul. Keep working with it.
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    Re: symroxane: what do we know about it?

    What did I tell you guys.? This material has legs. .... and arms.
  18. Thread: Skin vs Paper

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    Re: Skin vs Paper

    Add to those observations that it smells different on everyone’s skin.
    It is not a simple task.
  19. Thread: Ambergris

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    Re: Ambergris

    You are welcome. You have led me down a new path with Ambergris and Cassis, and I am inspired. The "civet" in the Cassis goes great with the ambergris animal.

    Lavender contains Linalool and...
  20. Re: Which Sandalwood base is closest in strength to natural Ssandalwood?

    Thanks Jamie. Quality work.
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    Re: Triplal - origin of name?

    Some of the synonyms for Triplal are Trivertal, Tricyclal and Trigustral.
    Is it possible that the Prefix TRI relates to three things in the molecule or a shape? Not being a chemist at all....
  22. Thread: Ambergris

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    Re: Ambergris

    The basic Classic Fougère starts with a balanced accord of Oakmoss, Coumarin, Lavender & Geranium, and other materials in Geranium like Geraniol.

    The Cassis Base you have, I am guessing, is 345B...
  23. Thread: Celery Leaf

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    Re: Celery Leaf

    Much appreciated. I saw they stock it, but have not purchased from either. I wait with anticipation.
  24. Thread: Ambroxan

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    Re: Ambroxan

    Yes. Ambrox and Ambrinol are the main odour contributors to Ambergris's complex odour profile.

    "which has been described as exotic woody odour with incense-like, earthy, camphora*ceous, tobacco,...
  25. Thread: Celery Leaf

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    Celery Leaf

    Help.

    I cannot find a supply of Celery Leaf- CAS 73049-53-3
    Celery Seed easy, but no Celery Leaf. The suppliers listed in TGSC are not easily accessed.

    P&F article...
  26. Thread: Ambergris

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    Re: Ambergris

    Hi Matt,
    Welcome.
    Ambergris is a lovely material.
    What materials do you currently have to work with?

    What would you like to create? You said something simple/easy..... but what?

    Julian
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    Re: Can I mix this with my perfume?

    Yes you could mix it with your perfume, but CBD oil really has no smell to it whatsoever, and the pain /anxiety relief will be negligible if any. They do put CBD oil into lotions for pain relief....
  28. Thread: Jasmine

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    Jasmine

    I don’t know “jasmine harmony”.
    Have you tried adding benzyl acetate?
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    Re: Evening in paris

    Perhaps this might help a bit?




    The Formulation and Preparation of Cosmetics, Fragrances and Flavors
    Name
    Soir (Evening) in Paris
  30. Re: Which Sandalwood base is closest in strength to natural Ssandalwood?

    I am sure you have searched Basenotes, but just in case....
    Critique My Deluxe Sandalwood Accord
  31. Re: Which Sandalwood base is closest in strength to natural Ssandalwood?

    The old formulas you are using call for Mysore Sandalwood EO.
    Why would you not use actual Sandalwood? I am assuming cost but perhaps not?
    Did you see my 2016 post of comparisons.
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    Re: Anybody know what Tillial is?

    This is what you need:
    https://www.creatingperfume.com/lindenblossomabsloute.aspx

    http://www.whitelotusaromatics.com/product/linden-blossom-absolute-30-in-undenatured-perfumers-alcohol
  33. Thread: Musk Mapping

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    Re: Musk Mapping

    I have reformatted the Musk Map and added material information

    Musk Map 2.11.19
  34. Re: Hi guys. I'm looking to add some smoke (experiment) into some fragrances

    I find that the 10% dilution works well. As it drys it goes from nice pencil(virginia cedar similar) to a burnt earthy creosol crisp smoke. I lose the "pencil" quickly as the other takes over.
    It is...
  35. Re: Hi guys. I'm looking to add some smoke (experiment) into some fragrances

    I second that emotion :laugh:
    Another deep material from Robertet.
    I find 49 much more pleasurable and useful in the "smoke" department instead of something quite unwieldy and powerful such as...
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    Re: symroxane: what do we know about it?

    I envy your obvious wealth of chemistry knowledge.
    I didn't take it as a downgrade, but it did make me think... when we say a material is exceptional what do we ACTUALLY really mean?
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    Re: symroxane: what do we know about it?

    If if I remember correctly Paul, you were equally underwhelmed by Clearwood, a material I also veiw as amazing. Lol
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    Re: symroxane: what do we know about it?

    Thanks for link. You impressed the hell out of me that you synthesized this material. ... any other captives we could talk you into putting together?:thumbsup:

    Exceptional, what would be an...
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    Re: Evolution of Muguet Accords

    Did you see my corrections on my original document at post #11
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    Inquiry grasse institute of Perfumery

    Hello Gus,
    Wonderful to hear another GIP participant talk of their experience in Grasse. Who was your instructor for Level 1, was it Laurence? We had one student in our Level 2 classes, once they...
  41. Thread: Musk Mapping

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    Re: Musk Mapping

    Thank you ajsaunch . Right you are, ...what a difference a vowel makes. LOL
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    Re: Cuir de Russie Base Lentheric circa 1942

    You will find that Allovitol blends beautifully with Folderoldehyde.
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    Re: What can be used with saffron

    Basheer, Would you please describe the odour profile?
    Describe what the Saffron Absolute smells like to you.
  44. Re: Does this look like an okay Perfumer's Apprentice Order?

    May I ask you what you are wanting to work towards?
    Are you wanting to learn about synthetic materials, or wanting to create a specific accord or fragrance?

    If you are wanting to learn to train...
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    What can be used with saffron

    What saffron (crocus sativus)are you using? Oil, absolute, co2?
  46. Thread: Musk Mapping

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    Re: Musk Mapping

    Avec Plaisir :smiley:. I am pleased you find it useful.
  47. Thread: Musk Mapping

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    Re: Musk Mapping

    This is a curious one Paul, and exactly the reason I put this out to other perfumers. There are a few "anomalies" with the information I researched and perhaps we can solve them.

    The only mention...
  48. Thread: Musk Mapping

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    Musk Mapping

    I have been working on mapping Musks used in perfumery over the last year. I use Mind Mapping software daily to give me a visual representations of subjects.
    This was an exercise to visualize the...
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    Re: symroxane: what do we know about it?

    Where did you purchase your grisambrol and grisambrene?
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    Re: symroxane: what do we know about it?

    Symroxane is an amazing material and one that actually made me sit up and pay attention. A beautiful woody note but to my nose a brilliant sparkling spicy note reminiscent of new green wood in the...
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    Re: Adding Lift and Sparkle to Bergamot EO

    On December 14, Albert Vieille SAS is pleased to announce that it has entered into exclusive negotiations for its imminent acquisition by the Givaudan Group.

    Not sure this is good news.
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    Re: Reference material

    You could start with Arctander’s Vol 1&2 Perfume And Flavor Chemicals 1969
    [emoji3]
  53. Re: Help needed: Start a perfume business - tips anyone? :)

    We will have to agree to disagree.
    Let me know after you have tested your hypothesis.:thumbsup:
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    Re: Constituents of CP's Ambergris Accord

    i'll PM you.
  55. Re: Help needed: Start a perfume business - tips anyone? :)

    Nobody?
    I believe there are many (not nerds like us) who understand a quality perfume, regardless of the bottle and marketing, and that number is growing each day as people educate themselves, niche...
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    Re: Constituents of CP's Ambergris Accord

    Susan was going to put them on her site, but hasn't had time. I am happy to share which ever ones you would like.
  57. Re: Rose oil / otto constituents, ratios, and their effects (PF article)

    Good article. Thanks for locating.

    "Careful blending of different varieties of rose oils can produce a rose oil which may more readily satisfy the quality requirements of a perfumer."
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    Re: The bigger secret ...

    You're welcome. This is one of the well written articles that has changed my views of our material. We do not have all the information despite some great science and well meaning folks.

    There are...
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    Re: The bigger secret ...

    I would agree that a molecule is a molecule but that is not the entire story Paul.

    There IS a difference when that molecule is a single entity created in a lab with some very minor unavoidable...
  60. Thread: Alien

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    Re: Alien

    Thanks for the formula. WOW, that is a lot of Benzyl Salicylate. It is pervasive in perfumes isn’t it; a very useful material.
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    Re: Constituents of CP's Ambergris Accord

    Possibly the CYCLAMEN ALDEHYDE EXTRA 4.6% you are smelling?
    I created comparable evaporation charts for all of Susan's CP accords.
    I have attached the one for Ambergris.
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    Re: Perfume quality

    Welcome to Basenotes DIY forum Abdelaha;

    Not sure of your level of experience and skill is in perfume creation. What do you think are the factors that affect synthetic perfume quality as opposed...
  63. Re: G.C. Main Constituents list: please contribute

    A viable and excellent suggestion runstile for dealing with natural variances. Those wonderful isolated molecules allow great flexibility and opportunity.

    Julian
  64. G.C. Main Constituents list: please contribute

    Geco, this really is one of the major challenges and joys of composing with naturals isn’t it? Each batch has a different scent profile. If you want any consistency you better purchase enough of the...
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    Holiday reading

    Well I really enjoyed the volume 3, spring/summer 2017. Very inspiring article from Jean Claude Ellena. :) Layout is perfect for me. Articles are relevant and interesting. Good information and...
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    Re: Disposable Pipettes

    I have not noticed volume loss. It is a basic 15 ml bottle with these droppers from SKS
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    Holiday reading

    So is it ok to buy myself a present?
    Santa arrived early this morning with my order from Lucky Scent!!
    Four volumes of NEZ (including winter 2018) and Aphorisms of a Perfumer by Dominique Ropion!...
  68. Re: G.C. Main Constituents list: please contribute

    I use the Essential Oil Database that has 4,152 Oils listed and cross referencing. This source is reliable in my opinion. Even Good Scents has some great GC info, as you pointed out.
    There are at...
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    Re: How can i make perfumers alcohol??

    Where did you learn that adding water to perfume is a must? Where did you read this, or who taught you this?
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    Re: Disposable Pipettes

    All of my glass droppers are used in my organ made up of 15 ml bottles. 800+ materials. All materials are at least 10% dilution in Ethanol. I have not noticed any fluid loss or degradation of the...
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    Re: Disposable Pipettes

    If you search the DIY forum for Pipette you will see there have been many creative ways of dealing with this issue. Have a look for instance at this thread. ...
  72. Ajax and Comet Cleanser - recreating it in a perfume?

    In my opinion Kephalis is a little soft and more Woody than what you’re looking for. It is similar to cashmeran and Dihydro Myrcenol but not quite as strong. Do you have Cashmeran or DHM?
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    Re: Bottled my first bottle!!

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    Re: Bottled my first bottle!!

    Well done Barry,

    It feels good to get something completed and in the bottle... especially when you feel good about it. LOL

    Cheers!
    Julian
  75. Re: Ajax and Comet Cleanser - recreating it in a perfume?

    I know Comet/Ajax.
    You need isoBornyl Acetate. That one material in itself will bring you closer than anything else.
  76. Thread: Damascenone

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    Re: Damascenone

    Thanks to everyone for your assistance on this. Thank you for emailing hexapus pobepto.
    AlexFly the photo was useful to see the variations.
    It all started when I went to find Damascenone....
  77. Re: DIY Suppliers List ------Editing in progress 12/2013

    Wow very nice. Thanks for the pictures


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  78. Re: Which aromachemical should I try for a pine or spruce note? How about citrus herbal or rose?

    For clarification
    Do you mean Rose abs? otto?
    Lime oil distilled? expressed?
    Galbanum EO? Resenoid? Co2?
  79. Thread: Damascenone

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    Damascenone

    I am looking for Damascenone 23696-85-7.
    None of the regular North American suppliers seem to be carrying it. Also not available at Pell Wall.
    What am I missing here?
  80. Re: Need some advise from experiance perfume producers.

    Hello Ben
    Welcome to Basenotes.
    I am not familiar with Argeville and FragWorld. When I look on their websites I do not see how to purchase their products. How are you buying from them?
    You will...
  81. Re: Recreating Dior Eau Savauge, any starting ideas? (Or Bleu de Chanel)

    Thank you. I always find it interesting looking at the formulas to see what the most used materials are. Bergamot is on top . Iso E is of course no where to be seen as 1966 is too early. Not a lot of...
  82. Re: Sunrise botanicals - discount / black Friday codes?

    LOL...I'll order 3KG please!
  83. Re: Sunrise botanicals - discount / black Friday codes?

    Please be aware that you may not be getting what you expect.
    This is not possible: Vanilla EO for this price
    and
    Hyacinth Absolute.... not possible.

    PLEASE read this thread

    In life, you get...
  84. Re: "Woody Notes" free E book sponsored by Berje

    The ebooks from P&F are really quite informative. I have been a P&F subscriber for 10 years (back when you had to pay, LOL)
    There is a wealth of information in their archival sections.
    Here are a...
  85. Thread: Nag Champa

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    Re: Nag Champa

    My understanding is that Nag Champa is an incense containing a fragrance combining plumeria and sandalwood.


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  86. Re: Can ambergris tincture enhance the power of comercial perfumes?

    Not sure what you are trying to "enhance"? What does that word mean to you in this context? Everyone that likes it, seems to be head over heels with Aventus... so I don't know what you are planning...
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    Re: How do you cultivate taste?

    Good taste is based on social norms, so is different in every society. You should know this Matt, having lived in Japan.

    "How does someone become more cultured when it comes to scent appreciation,...
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    Re: The Amazing Trace-Elements Thread

    Dimethyl Sulphide


    Enhances the rosy quality of Geranium.
    A Rose base can be modified by a touch of DMS.
    Fougeres will be improved with a touch of DMS.
    If you wish to duplicate the smell...
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    Re: Ifra Math Software

    Paul, did you pursue this? what was the outcome?

    Is anyone on the forum using professional formulation/ regulation checking software?

    Julian
  90. Looking to hire a perfumer for the development of a new line of fragrances (North America)

    Send me an email. I would like to learn more about your project.

    Julian
  91. Re: Few ingredients difficult to find nutty / caramel / quince

    Are you aware of the Perfumer's Search Page?
  92. Re: Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    Ok thanks, I assumed that, but there are some other possibilities under the generic "cypress" name.
    Gus, I just wanted to let you know I made your cologne formula last night.
    It is a very...
  93. Re: Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    Can you tell me what the Botanical Name of your Cypress EO is?
  94. Re: Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    Gus, I am not a chemist, and I am trusting that others will correct me if I am wrong, or elaborate.

    As I suspected,... I have been corrected. Elucidations are in red below.

    - I understand that...
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    Re: Inquiry grasse institute of Perfumery

    I am not sure I can be of much use to you Anas11.
    I am coming to the end of a long career in the performing arts and arts management. So, although I remain working full time in that area, I have...
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    Re: Indian suppliers

    Thank you so much for sharing your information. This is very valuable research and enlightening to what has generally been an uncharitable conversation regarding Indian suppliers. I remember being...
  97. Turning a formula for EDT into a shower gel

    Looks like a good formula Gus, I would like to give it a try.
    Do you know what the materials are in your base? I would say that there is a reaction occurring.

    Julian
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    Re: GC/MS Spectroscopy EO Test for me?

    I don't know if you have seen this: EOU
    I realise it is much more than you are looking for, but thought you should see it. Dr. Robert Pappas seems to know his stuff.
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    Re: Inquiry grasse institute of Perfumery

    You are welcome Anas11.
    I would recommend that you register for the Level 1 summer fragrance course. This will give you an idea of expectatons, allow you some connections, and while in Grasse you...
  100. Re: Newbie. Advice on testing duration of scents.

    Absolutley, and also the PH.
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