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    hi pals
    I'm creating a dried tea accord (includes ionones, cis jasmone, hedione, hexyl cinnamaldehyde, terpineol alpha, linalool, clary sage abs...)
    and tea has balsamic facet, from methyl salicylate I guess (I read some tea GC), can I use benzyl salicylate / amyl salicylate / benzyl benzoate instead ?
    and what should I use for the dried and bitter smell of dried tea ?

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    Mate absolute has a distinct tea scent.

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    If you do a quick TGSC search, methyl salicylate's odor descriptors are: wintergreen, mint.

    The others you listed don't share those odor characteristics at all (more in the balsamic family). When you're working with ACs, you notice that despite similar functional groups, odor qualities are usually very diverse and not substitutes for one or the other.

    As for a natural tea AC in addition to the Mate suggested already, PSH carries a Black Tea from Robertet that would supplement your accord quite nicely.

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    There is also GREEN TEA Givco
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godmu View Post
    There is also GREEN TEA Givco
    I saw this base on PSH and was close to make an order
    now I'm trying to creat an accord by my own first (and I'm a fan of minimalism ), using an accord in an accord is kinda accordception to me lol

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    Did you see this post?
    Black Tea Accord

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faceless void View Post
    ...and tea has balsamic facet, from methyl salicylate I guess (I read some tea GC), can I use benzyl salicylate / amyl salicylate / benzyl benzoate instead ?
    I haven't tried it myself but if you want a "balsamic" tea note then you could try prenyl benzoate:

    "Odor: A sweet, balsamic odor with tea-like quality and natural connotations
    Use: Has uses where balsamic notes are needed such as chocolate, vanilla. Has tuberose and tea notes."

    http://www.thegoodscentscompany.com/...11.html#tosupp

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    Default Re: making dried tea accord

    Quote Originally Posted by julian35 View Post
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    Black Tea Accord
    yes I've read it

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    i'm currently thoroughly enjoying black tea extracts, this one is fantastic: https://perfumersupplyhouse.com/prod...less-robertet/

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