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This is a great molecule, complex and very useful. It really mimics the “halitosis” aspect of ambergris. It also has facets of civet and musty earth. Neat stuff!
helen chang –
VERY INTERESTING MATERIAL, WHICH SHOWS A UNIQUE SELECTION OF GOODS AT PERFUME SUPPLY HOUSE FOR THE PERFUMERS WITH IN-DEPTH KNOWLEDGE!
helen chang –
VERY INTERESTING MATERIAL, WHICH SHOWS A UNIQUE SELECTION OF GOODS AT PERFUMER SUPPLY HOUSE FOR THOSE WHO HAVE IN-DEPTH KNOWLEDGE IN PERFUMERY!
Wet soil and beetroot is what I get. Freaky raw material and oh so potent. Such an interesting and complex odour. Perhaps it is not for everyone but it definitely has an unconventional beauty that can go far in the right composition. Filled with creative possibilities!
I like this material. Not as funky animalic as Ambrarome but still quite animalic. Partners well with traditional amber accord notes when you want something with more oomph but use a light touch as it is very potent. Can act as fixative and diffusive agent – gives power to accords.
Marcelo Gallegos –
A lovely ambergris material with a powerful animalic scent. Works well in many blends with exalting effects, adds diffusivity, warmth, and tenacity in smaller doses. I haven’t tried large quantities in a blend, but I feel like this would pair well with oud or other woods.
Tatiana Naumova –
For me it is sea salt and animalic. The one who advised me to dilute to 1% was absolutely right. I guess I’m going crazy, but I feel something about a water Lily. It gives me a watery bloom.
Highly recommended! It has the ability to lift any (good) composition to the next level with just a tiny amount. I love it
Amber’s review regarding the “halitosis” aspect of true ambergris is perfectly on point. Has given several of my Jasmine accord trials the distinct sensation of intoxicating naturalism