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CAS# N/A (this is a blend)
Odor: An animalic, musky, sensuous odor with costus-like connotation. Can be described as unwashed human hair, goat smell and dirty socks.
Ventos IFRA_ANIMALIS_1745-3 (1)
Ventos Allergens ANIMALIS_1745-3 (1)
5g, 25g, 60g, 200g
james – October 31, 2014
Skanky fun. I wouldn’t recommend more than 1-2% of this in a composition. Very skanky musk, for those fragrances along the lines of Kouros, Boss #1 etc. Wonderful material. A must have for every perfumers organ.
Clayton Ilolahia – March 1, 2015
An exceptional product – especially if you want to recreate fragrances from the past. An overdose will help you dirty up a masculine fougere accord and a little will help give texture and personality to pretty 1940s floral perfumes for women. I love it with isobutyl quinolone, galbanum and hyacinth notes, and always good in classic chypre fragrances. I’m so happy to be able to buy Animalis from Perfumer Supply House!
Bo – October 16, 2015
I love the way this base evolves over time. It’s beastly throughout but there’s a story going from the sharp, high pitched top to the warm and sweet drydown. I also love the way it straddles the line between beastly notes of animal origin – castoreum, civet, hyrax, musks – and the animalic floral notes – para-cresyls, indole. Perhaps that’s part of why it’s so incredibly versatile. (It’s also surprisingly easy to dose for an unabashedly skanky affair.)
(Yup, just like James above the drydown takes me straight into Kouros territory.)
Sultan – November 5, 2015
One of the finest Animalic bases around and extremely versatile. Definitely gives a vintage but truly opulent touch to most compositions. The effect this material has on a Chypre composition is truly unmatched by anything else available in the market.
Timon – November 25, 2015
After reading the description and the other reviews I was expecting to have a more repulsive reaction.
However, although the cresylic animal aspects are very noticable, they are already nicely blended in. It’s a complex and quite “perfumistic” base already.
I get the feeling I have smelled this before somewhere.
Certainly worth to give it a try. I just wish it came with the formula 🙂
David J Goodwin – June 13, 2016
A very lovely fragrance on it’s own. I’m convinced it predominates the base/drydown of none other than Guerlain’s Shalimar if you add a nice dose of vanillin. Not nearly as animalic to my nose as to others, it’s a lovely, powdery, cedar-like dry musk that fleshes out into a rather tame but distinctly civet note wrapped in warm amber.
Not that bad
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