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Clayton Ilolahia –
This is ylang ylang without being ylang ylang. It is not as heavy, and far less narcotic-floral compared to ylang ylang oil. Because of this it is much easier to use and it sits more discretely in the formula. A wonderful natural raw material!
This is one of the best things ever.
James Covington –
All the really great things about ylang without any of the difficult notes sometimes found in other ylangs. This one has a slightly smoky tone but is a very nice white floral. Should readily fit into blends, but I’m finding Robertet naturals, particularly the florals, can stand alone quite well.
Marcelo S Gallegos –
One of my favorite ingredients, finds its way into so many blends. I find this is not dissimilar from hedione in a certain way, it has a lovely smoothening effect, and adds naturalness without overwhelming a blend. It is effective when paired with various notes — can bring out the narcotic quality of a musk, pairs well with vetiver or other green bases for a foresty effect, or just to bridge the gap between floral and whatever else. Exquisite with clearwood!
Salvatore Barone –
One word: gorgeous.
Ylang walks into a room with dressed in far less narcotic tropical full buxom Ylang compete or 3 florasl and fruity bananas, goes on a very slimming diet & puts on some dainty gloves for tea and does her very best polite impression of a lily- & we appreciate her very much for her effort.
Gabrielle Durand –
As Marcelo mentioned in his review, Lisylang functions sort of like Hedione, making it a very useful material for natural perfumers. I recently used it to sheer out a floral amber that was becoming too ylang-y, and it made all the difference.