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    Default Muguet Accords

    I'll share my Muguet white petal accord: Potential Lilial/Lyral replacer


    1 - Mayol 50%
    2 - Helional 10%
    2 - Lilyflore
    10 - Cis-3-Hexenyl Salicylate 50%
    10 - Florol (Florosol)

    or (neat)

    2 - Helional
    5 - Mayol
    20 - Lilyflore
    50 - Cis-3 Hexenyl Salicylate
    100 - Florol (Florosol)
    4.0ml (estimate)

    If you have these materials I highly recommend you try this, it has amazing blooming effects and muguet facets for your perfumes. *It's inspired by a real Lilial replacer formula with my own twists, but in my opinion this has the green muguet, kevlar vibe closer to Lyral. I recommend using every material as they all play a key role, it's a pretty simple formula all things considered.* I'd like to hear any feedback from you wonderful people on this accord and share your own accords if you have any.
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    Default Re: Muguet Accords

    How funny, you and I must think alike. I just placed an order for some Florol (Florosol) so I can make a lilly of the valley accord.

    Care to share and explain the descriptions in what the other ingredients do to this accord? Are they supportive, or are they absolutely essential to have to create a good Lily of the valley accord?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bkkorn View Post
    How funny, you and I must think alike. I just placed an order for some Florol (Florosol) so I can make a lilly of the valley accord.

    Care to share and explain the descriptions in what the other ingredients do to this accord? Are they supportive, or are they absolutely essential to have to create a good Lily of the valley accord?
    It's inspired by a real Lilial replacer formula with my own twists, but in my opinion this has the green muguet, kevlar vibe closer to Lyral. Not as transparent as Lyral obviously. I'd recommend everything as they all play a role, it's a pretty simple formula all things considered.

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    Thanks for sharing your work. You are using materials that historically are not used to create the Muguet accord. I will enjoy trying it.
    I have attached a pdf of Muguet historical materials over the decades. We are lucky to have these new refined materials, but you might find something useful in this document.
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    Quote Originally Posted by julian35 View Post
    Thanks for sharing your work. You are using materials that historically are not used to create the Muguet accord. I will enjoy trying it.
    I have attached a pdf of Muguet historical materials over the decades. We are lucky to have these new refined materials, but you might find something useful in this document.
    Yes we are very lucky

    Thanks for the pdf.

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