Cis-3-Hexenyl Tiglate is a strange one alright, and it’s profile is based largely on what dilution you use. At very low concentration (0.5%-1%) it can be used to give depth to a rich floral (gardenia).
At higher levels it becomes vegetative and earthly, almost fungal like a mushroom. What business does mushroom have in a fragrance ?
For those perfumers who lean toward the nature-based scents (like Demeter, Simple Green, Seventh Gen), a tiglate will contribute a note of earthy authenticity or “naturalness”. Tiglates can also be used as a Fougere modifier.
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