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Mark Sage –
Ooooh boy do I love this. Synthetic coumarin to me has a very sweet-powery topnote whereas this is minty, herbal and bitter at first, drying down to be more similar but still very different through the mid. If you’re looking for something more tonka than the synethetic, you may be disappointed at first because this seems closer to lavender absolute in terms of its coumarinic-ness. That’s a wonderful thing imo but also makes it possibly limited in its applications. As it dries dries down there’s a quality similar to lime oil expressed along with a slightly caramelic quality.
Mark Sage’s review is right on the money IMO. This natural coumarin is a lovely material which unsurprisingly goes extremely well with lavender essential oils.