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    Default Fruity molecules used in patchouli accord?

    In some Chanel fragrances the fruity aspect of patchouli is often emphasized. Any clue what materials might be used (these are likely middle or basenote, I smell in drydown)...

    I don't think raspberry or orange crystals go that well with patchouli.

    Any ideas?
    It more a long lasting bannana, pineapple, tropical type scent...
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    Default Re: Fruity molecules used in patchouli accord?

    The base accord I'm thinking of may be; Peru balsam, patchouli, cetalox, dusty wood/beta Ionone...

    PLUS a mystery fruity floral aspect!
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    Default Re: Fruity molecules used in patchouli accord?

    In my opinion, almost any sweetish fruit shade is good with patchouli. For example, I like the combination with Nectaryl or aldehyde C-14.

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    Default Re: Fruity molecules used in patchouli accord?

    Been trying the following materials with my patchouli;

    - raspberry keytone
    - tagettes
    - ethyl maltol
    - cocoa absolute
    - barryflor
    - cassifix
    - coffee

    Raspberry, chocolate, coffee notes seem to work well.
    Patchouli blends well with orange flower and frankincense


    Orange flower and frankincense as opening notes, with raspberry, cocoa and coffee to accentuate the fruity notes in patchouli does well.
    I just now need to calm down the dustier aspects of patchouli...

    Perhaps some jasmolactone?
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    Default Re: Fruity molecules used in patchouli accord?

    For my taste, the note of coffee can add a dirtier aspects of other components ( it happens often even in professional creations) and I would also look at the quantity and function in this regard of your tagettes. Idea with jasmolactone it looks interesting..))




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