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    Default Raspberry base 3226 circa 1940 clarification

    I think this is from PK?

    I just can't read much of it. Anyone read it better than I do? I'll update with the corrections.
    Ionone 450
    Benzyl Acetate 225
    Geranium EO African 5
    PEA 50
    Methyl Anthranilate 10
    Geraniol 25
    Anethol 25
    Geranium EO Bourbon 25
    Phenyl Ethyl Butyrate 25
    Ylang II 5
    Citral 10
    Pseudo ionone 25
    Coriander EO 15
    Orange EO African 10
    Oenanthic Ether 15


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    Default Re: Raspberry base 3226 circa 1940 clarification

    1. Ionone
    2. Benzyl Acetate
    3. Geranium EO African
    4. PEA
    5. Methyl Anthranilate
    6. Geraniol
    7. Anethol
    8. Geranium EO Bourbon
    9. Phenyl Ethyl Butyrate
    10. Ylang II
    11. Citral
    12. Pseudo ionone
    13. Coriander EO
    14. Orange EO African
    15. Oenanthic Ether
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    Default Re: Raspberry base 3226 circa 1940 clarification

    Thanks a lot Paul!!

    I am working on a rosy ambery raspberry.

    May I learn a bunch. Thank you.

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    Default Re: Raspberry base 3226 circa 1940 clarification

    Sounds nice with rose and amber, Bebenez. ...which Ionone would be likely?

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    Default Re: Raspberry base 3226 circa 1940 clarification

    Generally when it's not specified its the alpha. However I have example formula that include all the ionones of various kinds including orris, irone. So I will do a mix to spread it out in evaporation. Doing a nice accord since I just don't want to micromanage the raspberry elements in my idea.

    Haven't ever tried a raspberry since I am only a baby nose
    Last edited by BébéNez; 18th May 2019 at 04:34 PM.

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    Default Re: Raspberry base 3226 circa 1940 clarification

    what are you using for rose... accord or single chemical?

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    Default Re: Raspberry base 3226 circa 1940 clarification

    I'm planning to use a rose base and add individual rose things like rosamusk and rosaphen etc.

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    Default Re: Raspberry base 3226 circa 1940 clarification

    Yes I'm using jfrater rose base. I don't have that many rose things but I did make that. I have a nice amber accord as well but I want the amber to goto the top and I don't know how to do that yet.




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