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    Default cassis base VS cassis base

    hello guys
    liaison carbone sells now a new type of cassis base: the cassis base 345 F.
    she used to sell the cassis base 345 B, and it was good.
    any difference between these two bases? maybe the final letter "B" or "F" means that's something different?
    thank you!

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    What said Rebekka?

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    Default Re: cassis base VS cassis base

    Didn' t ask... But I guess that' s something like dorinia sa vs dorinia sa e ... Maybe the presence of musks or maybe the volatility of the mixture...?
    Anyone knows?

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    Default Re: cassis base VS cassis base

    The bases are different. Similarly rooted, but are different profiles and attributes.
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    Default Re: cassis base VS cassis base

    Ok , thank you Paul, I will ask a sample. I use cassis base in a sauvage-inspired perfume, so I have to be sure

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    Default Re: cassis base VS cassis base

    I' ve found this 3d where Hesperide says that F is much better than B!

    http://www.basenotes.net/threads/431...-Buds-absolute

    So let's give it a shot!

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    Default Re: cassis base VS cassis base

    Now that I've gotten home I can sniff the bottles:
    B is fruitier.
    F is greener with a celery note.
    Based around the general similarity.
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    Cassis base 345 F could be more of the blackcurrant leaf and 345 B more so the tart fruity aspect, just a guess. Paul does the cassis F share any characteristics with ribes mercaptan?

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    Default Re: cassis base VS cassis base

    Quote Originally Posted by SharpLess View Post
    Cassis base 345 F could be more of the blackcurrant leaf and 345 B more so the tart fruity aspect, just a guess. Paul does the cassis F share any characteristics with ribes mercaptan?
    Cassis base and Ribes mercaptan, are worlds apart. There is only a whimper of ribes mercaptan in the disneyfied most popular cassis base...

    Can't have popular and mercaptan in the same sentence.
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