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    Default Cade - Crude

    I have recently got a large quantity of cade crude. I only need a small amount, so I am ready to send some to anyone that wants it. I won´t charge for it, but I would appreciate if the recipient sent me a bit of some unusual oil or aromachemical in return.

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    Default Re: Cade - Crude

    So what's it like then? Is it dirty\contaminated? Alcohol soluble? I have the rectified stuff (at least I think it's rectified) which is very nice, it has a stronger dryout than the rectified birch tar I have.

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    Default Re: Cade - Crude

    It is very strong, rough, tar-smelling, incredibly smoky. Described as "smoky birch tar burnt grilled leather" in The Good Scents database. I have not been able to discern the leather nuance.

    A few decades ago a "tar shampoo" was very popular in my country. It was supposed to give you a shiny healthy thick hair. It always comes to my mind after smelling crude cade. Someone else said smoked bacon, when you overcook it.

    Rectified cade is, basically, crude cade stripped of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons, which make it safer and IFRA-compliant, but also blander and more civilised.

    BTW, crude cade is prohibited by IFRA for any commercial application:

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