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    Default Perfume Formulas (found in Patent Applications)

    These are all taken from patents filed from Dragoco (Symrise)

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    Rose Bouquet

    ______________________________________ 300 grams phenyl ethyl alcohol 200 grams citronellol 100 grams geraniol 100 grams phenyl ethyl acetate 50 grams aldehyde C 11 undecylene, 10% in DPG 50 grams geranium oil Bourbon 50 grams trichlorophenyl ethyl acetate 40 grams ionone beta 30 grams citronellyl acetate 20 grams aldehyde C 9, 10% in DPG 20 grams iron beta, 10% in DPG 10 grams 4-methyl-2-isobutenyl tetrahydro pyrane in a 10% DPG solution 970 grams ______________________________________

    When 30 grams 1-(2,6,6-trimethylcyclohexyl)-hexane-3-ol are added to the above mixture, it provides to the mixture a radiating fragrance which is noticeable for a considerably longer period of time than the fragrance or aroma of the above mixturewithout such addition.





    Perfume Oil with an Exotic, Flowery Aroma

    ______________________________________ 140 grams phenyl ethyl alcohol 100 grams alpha-hexyl-cinnamic aldehyde 100 grams benzylacetate 90 grams hydroxy-citronellal 85 grams p-tert. butyl-.alpha.-methyl dihydrocinnamic aldehyde 85 gramsFrench lavender oil 4 = /42% 65 grams nerol 40 grams cumarin 40 grams musk ketone 40 grams musk ambrette 25 grams linalool 20 grams amyl salicylate 20 grams eugenol 20 grams ylang-ylang oil extra 15 grams patchouli oil Singapore 10 gramsvanillin 5 grams iron beta 900 grams ______________________________________

    An addition of 100 grams 1-(2,6,6-trimethylcyclohexyl)-hexane-3-ol intensifies the flowery aroma and imparts to the perfume a considerably longer adherence.






    Perfume Oil with a Wood-like Powdery Aroma for Soaps

    ______________________________________ 150 grams benzyl benzoate 100 grams cumarin 100 grams geraniol 100 grams lavandin abrialis 100 grams linalyl acetate 75 grams phenyl ethyl alcohol 65 grams patchouli oil Sing. rect. 50 grams amylsalicylate 50 grams linalool 35 grams geranium oil Bourbon 20 grams alpha-hexyl-cinnamic aldehyde 20 grams East Indian sandalwood oil 5 grams anisealdehyde 2 grams aldehyde C 12 laurin 872 grams ______________________________________

    An addition of 228 grams 1-(2,6,6-trimethylcyclohexyl)-hexane-3-ol imparts to the previously somewhat dull and flat-smelling perfume composition a long-lasting, radiant and natural fragrance.
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    ______________________________________ Perfume oil with a sweetish herbal note a b ______________________________________ Orange oil 180 g 180 g Isobornyl acetate 300 g 300 g Cyclogalbanate 5 g 5 g Oil of bergamot 100 g 100 g Oil ofrosemary, Tunisian 30 g 30 g Oil of mugwort 1 g 10 g Base Bigaradia 18* 15 g 15 g Apple base* 10 g 10 g Dimethyltetrahydrobenzaldehyde 5 g 5 g Styrolyl acetate 20 g 20 g Hexyl cinnamaldehyde, alpha 100 g 100 g Oil of geranium, Bourbon,synthetic 10 g 10 g Phenethyl alcohol 30 g 30 g Citronellol 100 g 100 g Ylanate (p-tert-butylcyclohexyl acetate) 30 g 30 g Lignofix* (acetylcedrene) 30 g 30 g Oil of patchouli 20 g 20 g Stemone (Givaudan) 5 g 5 g Galbanum resinoid 10 g 10 g Musk, Ambrette 20 g 20 g Cyclopentadecanolide 20 g 20 g .alpha.-Campholenenitrile -- g 30 g Dipropylene glycol 30 g -- g 1080 g 1080 g ______________________________________ *Special product of DRAGOCO

    Perfume oil a has a sweetish herbal note.

    Composition b, which contains about 3% .alpha.-campholenenitrile instead of dipropylene glycol which has a neutral odor, has a powerful fresh fragrance and an interesting hint of fruity tone. It is very suitable for bubble baths.


    *****the first number listed after each ingredient is the amount for composition "A", the second #, the amount for composition "B"
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    ______________________________________ Perfume oil with a spicy woody character a b ______________________________________ Evernyl .RTM. 5 g 5 g Brahmanol .RTM. (DRAGOCO) 5 g 5 g Eugenol methyl ether 5 g 5 g Decatone .RTM. (Givaudan) 10% inDPG 5 g 5 g Galaxolide .RTM. (IFF) 20 g 20 g Nutmeg oil 20 g 20 g Lilial .RTM. 30 g 30 g Sauge Claree resinoid 35 g 35 g Oak moss extract, green, Yugoslavian (50% in DPG) 50 g 50 g Isobutyl quinoline (10% in DPG) 50 g 50 g Musk ketone 60 g 60 g Eugenol 80 g 80 g Linalyl acetate 100 g 100 g Lavandin oil 100 g 100 g Oil of bergamot (free of furocoumarin) 100 g 100 g Lignofix (DRAGOCO) 290 g 290 g Dipropylene glycol 45 g -- .gamma.-Campholene nitrile -- 45 g 1000 g 1000 g ______________________________________

    Composition a has a powerful spicy, woody aroma whereas when .gamma.-campholenenitrile is added, composition b has a highly desirable hint of sweetish herbal notes (in the direction of lavender) as well as a definite roundness.



    *****the first number listed after each ingredient is the amount for composition "A", the second #, the amount for composition "B"
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    ______________________________________ Perfume oil with an herbal note a b ______________________________________ Oil of bergamot 100 g 100 g Oil of cedar leaf 150 g 150 g Oil of wormwood 30 g 30 g Oil of rosemary, Tunisian 45 g 45 g Oilof spike, Spanish 20 g 20 g Oil of clary 10 g 10 g Peppermint oil, Brazilian 5 g 5 g Phenethyl alcohol 100 g 100 g Citronellol 30 g 30 g Diphenyl ether 10 g 10 g Oil of geranium, Bourbon 5 g 5 g Linalool 50 g 50 g Linalyl acetate 60 g 60 g Methylionone, gamma 50 g 50 g Ylanate (4-tert-butylcyclohexyl acetate) 50 g 50 g Terpineol, pure 100 g 100 g Anisaldehyde 50 g 50 g Lignofix* (acetylcedrene) 100 g 100 g Benzyl salicylate 50 g 50 g Amyl salicylate 70 g 70 g Ylang-ylang oil,synthetic 30 g 30 g Galbanum extract 5 g 5 g Coumarin 50 g 50 g Cyclopentadecanolide 30 g 30 g Dipropylene glycol 40 g -- .gamma.-Campholenenitrile -- 40 g 1240 g 1240 g ______________________________________ *Special product of DRAGOCO

    Perfume oil a has an herbal fragrance complex.

    Composition b, which contains about 3% .gamma.-campholenenitrile, has a stronger effect, emphasizes the herbal note and is characterized by a novel tea aspect.

    *****the first number listed after each ingredient is the amount for composition "A", the second #, the amount for composition "B"
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    ______________________________________ Perfume oil of a floral type a b ______________________________________ Brahmanol .RTM. 20 g 20 g Citronellol 50 g 50 g Phenethyl alcohol 175 g 175 g Indole 4 g 4 g Isoeugenol 6 g 6 g Benzyl acetate30 g 30 g Linalool 40 g 40 g Terpineol, pure 240 g 240 g Muguet alcohol* (2,2-dimethyl-3-phenylpropanol) 200 g 200 g Cinnamic alcohol 40 g 40 g Citronellyl acetate 20 g 20 g Frambinon* 15 g 15 g Buccoxime* (1,5-dimethyl-8- hydroximinobicyclo[3.2.1]octane) 70 g 70 g Dipropylene glycol 90 g 87 g .alpha.-Campholenenitrile (A) -- 2 g .gamma.-Campholenenitrile (B) -- 1 g 1000 g 1000 g ______________________________________ *Special product of DRAGOCO

    Composition a has a powerful, gently floral note in the direction of lily of the valley with an exotic fruity undertone. Adding small amounts of compounds A and B (composition b) yields a completely different fragrance characteristic in theinteresting direction of "white flowers" with "Chypre" aspects.



    ***The part where it talks about "composition a" or "composition b" refers to the addition of
    alpha.-Campholenenitrile (A) -- 2 g for composition a
    gamma.-Campholenenitrile (B) -- 1 g for composition b
    also, the first number listed after each ingredient is the amount for composition "A", the second #, the amount for composition "B"
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    Default Re: Perfume Formulas (found in Patent Applications)

    Holly cow! So many to choose from. Thanks a bunch Sculpture!

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    These look to be demonstration formulae. Whenever a producer of aromachemicals give a presentation they will show the effect of a specific chemical in a demo base. They all do it, and I'm sure that these formulae are easily available.

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    Default Re: Perfume Formulas (found in Patent Applications)

    Quote Originally Posted by David Ruskin View Post
    They all do it, and I'm sure that these formulae are easily available.
    Yep, they are widely available. Conduct a search on an aroma chemical at TheGoodScentsCompany and it will give you quite a few demo formulae when available. For instance take a look at Ambroxan: http://www.thegoodscentscompany.com/data/rw1016071.html where the green bar in the middle will bring you to Flavor/Fragrance Formulas: http://www.thegoodscentscompany.com/...dm1016071.html.
    A huge database of knowledge which should be bookmarked by every serious novice and professional IMHO.

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    Older perfume books such as the Pouchers are always a mine of information too.

    Thanks for sharing those SoS.

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    If you Google "IFF", "Givaudan", "Firmenich", and "Symrise", and go to the Ingredients list, you may find even more demo formulae.

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    I highly recommend utilizing these resources when trying out a new material. Every time I get a new material, after I've had time to evaluate it on it's own, I always search for resources such as these with sample formulations. I will then attempt to duplicate it on some level (using materials I have, or substituting similar ones) in order to determine how the new material with behave in a blend. It is a tremendous learning tool and it is one of the 5 or so things I have done that really took my skill set to a different level.

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    Default Re: Perfume Formulas (found in Patent Applications)

    Here are some useful accords by Robertet designed to show off their intended 'captive' aromachemical Anthranilaldehyde or 2-Aminobenzaldehyde. This is a plant defense mechanism and a tricky chemical but worth appreciating. It goes with the scent of spring flowers like orange blossom, tuberose, hyacinth, and is a major constituent of the floral scent of Mock Orange (Seringat), Robinia (pseudoacacia, or Black locust), Broom (Genet or Spartium junceum), and Tobira. Robertet also found it in an african plum. It unfortunately degrades rapidly at room temperature and is thus supplied in dry ice. It's not expensive though and I suspect it can be supplied as a Schiff Base with methyl anthranilate though I can't find anyone who has done this yet. Robertet have applied for a patent stating they have found a cheap way of providing it, but for the time being it may be worth considering a Tuberose replacer like David Ruskin's (Aurantiol 2, Methyl Tuberate 1, and gamma Octalactone 1).

    Robertet Lilac formula-
    120 alpha-terpineol
    120 dimethyl benzyl carbinol *
    180 hydroxycitronellal
    60 anisaldehyde
    240 phenylethyl alcohol
    100 cinnamic alcohol
    1 indole
    9 Benzyl benzoate
    100 hexyl cinnamic aldehyde *
    60 musk ketone *
    10 2-aminobenzaldehyde

    Robertet Genet formula-
    253 mimosa absolute
    340 beeswax absolute
    115 hay absolute
    45 amyl cinnamic aldehyde
    20 heliotropyl acetone
    55 petitgrain Paraguay EO
    55 aurantiol
    75 phenylethyl alcohol
    20 Florida orange EO
    2 methyl salicylate
    20 2-aminobenzaldehyde

    Robertet orange blossom
    8 methyl anthranilate
    42 Linalool
    24 nerol
    748 petitgrain Paraguay EO
    84 terebinth EO
    84 Oranger Crystals (beta-naphthyl methyl ketone *)
    10 2-amino benzaldehyde

    * Synthetics.
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    Thank you for that. A lilac formula is of great interest to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Ruskin View Post
    If you Google "IFF", "Givaudan", "Firmenich", and "Symrise", and go to the Ingredients list, you may find even more demo formulae.
    Many, though by no means all, of these have been handily codified on The Good Scents Company pages too - when you’re looking at an ingredient page, look for the green line just below the main menu items and click through to find demo formulae incorporating that ingredient. See for example the page on norlimbanol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Bartlett View Post
    Many, though by no means all, of these have been handily codified on The Good Scents Company pages too - when you’re looking at an ingredient page, look for the green line just below the main menu items and click through to find demo formulae incorporating that ingredient. See for example the page on norlimbanol.
    How fabulous - I never clicked on that green bar before. Many thanks!

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    what's iron beta, 10% in DPG? Do you have this raw material's cas number?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 62haoren View Post
    what's iron beta, 10% in DPG? Do you have this raw material's cas number?
    http://www.thegoodscentscompany.com/data/rw1021631.html


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    thank you

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    nemenator- I visible 2-aminobenzaldehyde in roberted formula, this very rare common ingredients. Dimethyl anthranilate is good replacer for 2-aminobenzaldehyde?
    Last edited by Kacper Kafel; 3rd August 2016 at 11:20 AM.

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    Hi, I´m beginner here, i saw formulas at the godscents.. , are they similar to any famous parfum? Is very difficult find recipes and formulas, like polo, montana, azzaro, etc.

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    Default Re: Perfume Formulas (found in Patent Applications)

    Quote Originally Posted by German Pujol View Post
    Hi, I´m beginner here, i saw formulas at the godscents.. , are they similar to any famous parfum? Is very difficult find recipes and formulas, like polo, montana, azzaro, etc.

    Hi, no, the TGSC formulas are not like common scents.

    Yes, it is in fact very difficult to find good free formulas for popular fragrances as you mention. Pretty much, impossible.
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    I repeat the question about 2-aminobenzaldehyude because is hard to reach and unstable. What is a the most similar to 2-aminobenzaldehyde?
    ( i never smelled).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kacper Kafel View Post
    I repeat the question about 2-aminobenzaldehyude because is hard to reach and unstable. What is a the most similar to 2-aminobenzaldehyde?
    ( i never smelled).
    According to the Good Scents Guide, this is not used in Perfumery, snd indeed I have never heard of it, let alone smelled it.

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    Is anyone else having difficulty visiting Good Scents? The connection just times out. Perhaps I have a bug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pears View Post
    Is anyone else having difficulty visiting Good Scents? The connection just times out. Perhaps I have a bug.
    I, too, can not get there. It seems that our favorite site is experiencing technical problems. I hope this will not be long!

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    Hi, sorry about my inglish ( am from argentina) , i`ve locking for the same formulas as you, in TGSC, and i found one "masculine woody amber", its very close to montana base, i love montana pour homme,
    Woody amber masc
    tert butyl cyclohexyl acet i use vertenex instead 2
    ambrettolide 2
    ambroxan 2
    bergamot oil bergaptene reduced 200
    Cedramber 80
    Limon 60
    citronellol 40
    Castoreum 10
    coumarin 15
    Lyral 70
    DIPG 20
    hedione 200
    Alpha isomethyl iono 50
    lavandin oil 60
    Vertofix 50
    patchouli oil 100
    Bacdanol 20
    Vainillin 5

    In top notes, it smell like Lynx/axe amber 1983 , after 2 hs , montana´s base appears, good luck!
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    Default Re: Perfume Formulas (found in Patent Applications)

    There are thousands of free formulas to be found out there. But many are not a particular preference to the person who has them - and it's pretty expensive and very time consuming to experiment with each formula 'just for fun'. In other words, it's pretty useless information.

    The only time it's useful information is when it pertains to what you like or what you are looking for. But reading names of ingredients will not tell you much. For example, if you love Dior's Diorissimo and you actually come across the original formulation for it [which I actually happen to have although Diorissimo is not a particular favorite of mine] then it would actually have some real value to you.
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    thank MNX!

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