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    Default ScenTree Classification

    This is kinda fun. You have to play around with it to get the feel, but there is a fair amount of information there.
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    Quite interesting, though at least one try gave weird "info" (I never thought of muscone as green!)

    Despite that hiccup, some of the relations it showed, on quick initial trying, were good food for thought.

    Thank you Julian!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Roberts View Post
    Quite interesting, though at least one try gave weird "info" (I never thought of muscone as green!)

    Despite that hiccup, some of the relations it showed, on quick initial trying, were good food for thought.

    Thank you Julian!
    Musk> Animalic> Green

    Hmmm., can't say I think of it as green musk either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julian35 View Post
    Musk> Animalic> Green

    Hmmm., can't say I think of it as green musk either.
    No, Green and Musk don't usually go together, that's why I was rather surprised when I could smell a bit of green in Edenolide!
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    Hey guys !

    Thank you very much for starting this discussion about our classification ! Hope you like it as much as we do

    By classifying ingredients in this classification, we had to make decisions. We tried to make our classification fit in the best way possible with a general olfactive opinion on the raw materials. Therefore, Muscone has the reputation to have a strong animalic note, and a green undernote, as said the olfactive expert we met that day.
    Anyway, if you do not feel in line with our classification, there is nothing wrong about it. There are no correct answer in olfaction. Everyone has its own perception of raw materials, and thus, there own classification...
    ScenTree is over all a way to get any information you want about perfume ingredients. Please visit our website for any need of this kind

    Feel free to comment any of our classification, and to talk to your friends, family and collegues about ScenTree. This project will gain by getting known. You can become an actor of ScenTree's reputation from now on !

    Thank you again for talking about us and see you soon

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