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Hyraceum Abs 60% DIPG 948820

5.00 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)

$6.00$140.00

948820_HYRACEUM ABS_SDS_US_EN

CAS# 1005328-84-6

Odor Description – (courtesy of Firmenich) – Strongly animalic, the profile is deeply complex and combines various facets of Musk, Castoreum, Civet, Tobacco and Agarwood (Oud).

Main Sourcing Country – South Africa – A primary extraction with volatile solvent on fresh or dry biomass yields to a Concrete or Resinoid. The Absolute is obtained via a second purification
step in the process. More information below.

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aka “Africa Stone”

CAS# 1005328-84-6

Odor Description – (courtesy of Firmenich) – Strongly animalic, the profile is deeply complex and combines various facets of Musk, Castoreum, Civet, Tobacco and Agarwood (Oud).

Main Sourcing Country – South Africa – A primary extraction with volatile solvent on fresh or dry biomass yields to a Concrete or Resinoid. The Absolute is obtained via a second purification
step in the process.

More information about Hyraceum – Hyraceum is the fossilised urine of the Cape Hyrax or Dassie. These animals live in South Africa and resemble large guinea pigs.  Hyraceum is harvested without disturbing the animals (simply by digging it up) and produces a complex animalic scent similar to a heady mix of Musk, Civet, Castoreum and Tobacco. It is a wonderful alternative to synthetic musk. 

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2g, 5g, 25g, 60g

2 reviews for Hyraceum Abs 60% DIPG 948820

  1. 5 out of 5

    Hypaper

    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.

  2. 5 out of 5

    TheSenseOfSmell

    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.

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