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Soft with a bit of sparkle in the top and geranium-like without so much of the mint and harsh metallic notes commonly found in geranium oil or absolute, Geranium Heart is more subtle and blends well in floral accords. Some of the other “Heart” raw materials in the Robertet lineup have big personalities and they become a fragrance’s signature when used. Geranium Heart is quieter and can more easily fly under the radar in a formula. I’ve tried using it in place of geraniol in formulas. I find I still need geraniol but making a blend, I get more complexity and some naturalness added in my fragrance opposed to using only geraniol.
Susan Farber –
Well rounded, soft, and less green than many geraniums. I like it better than Geranium Bourbon and find it useful in compositions for body products.
Clare Taylor –
This really does feel like a “heart” note in every sense of the word. It is deep, crisp, rich and yes I agree with the other reviewers that it is soft in the sense of not green, citrus or metallic , but there is this piercingly rosy fresh sweetness to it that I usually only smell in rose otto. The citronellol aspects are very much played down to showcase the floralcy and fruitnectar qualities, but to me they are fresh and revivifying, and very, very lovely
Calling all geranium freaks! This is a hidden little wonder. Very full, plump, fluffy petals- rosy to the bone. If you have a rose accord you cannot be without this in it. This geranium has my heart for sure. True to it’s name.