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Very high quality material, natural, complex, sensual, diffusive. Little goes very long, very useful in many compositions especially leathery, it gives deep and sensual note to it.
When smelled undiluted it’s really bad. But use 2-4 drops to get a nice effect. Lasts very long and can be used instead of civet if you want to make your perfume more orientalish. I am puzzled on why not more perfumes take use of that gem of an ingredient.
Kristen Wegner –
I actually searched for this for years after reading about it, and only recently found all sorts of suppliers for it. In the meantime, my expectations and imagination got the better of me. It not as soft and sensual as civet, and I would never use it in place of it. It has an abrupt stinky pee-pee-scat effect that I have a hard time getting over, and I cannot help but imagine a bunch of unkempt, beady-eyed rock hyraxes scurrying around in their warren. That said, I think it has a lot of potential in quite high dilution.
I have purchased this a few times and make much use of it. It is a high quality, natural humane excreted musk which is petrified and collected. The scent profile is rich, sweet, leathery, some may be familiar with the honey-phethyl acetate like (not so much rose but the hints of a critter pee -because it literally is) tobacco – beautiful leather & warm dark earthen woods.