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Olibanol (Robertet)

5.00 out of 5
(6 customer reviews)

$10.00$150.00

00320578-OLIBANOL_SDS

Odor Description: Soft, balsamic, incense. Useful in leather & tobacco accords.  Olibanol is a constituent of Frankincense (Olibanum) resin.

Botanical Name: Natural Boswellia Carterii Extract from Somalia codistilled with triethyl citrate.

Olibanol Data Sheet

Note: Perfumer Supply House is strictly a reseller and not in any way an agent or distributor of Robertet materials.

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00320578-OLIBANOL_SDS

Odor Description: Soft, balsamic, incense. Useful in leather & tobacco accords.  Olibanol is a constituent of Frankincense (Olibanum) resin.

Botanical Name: Natural Boswellia Carterii Extract from Somalia codistilled with triethyl citrate.

Olibanol Data Sheet

Note: Perfumer Supply House is strictly a reseller and not in any way an agent or distributor of Robertet materials.

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5g, 25g, 60g, 200g

6 reviews for Olibanol (Robertet)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bo

    I’m in love with this: it’s the gentle, warm but still fresh and spicy facet of frankincense that lasts long into the traditional oil’s drydown. I normally think of it as the aspect of frankincense I can never get enough of, literally. That is, I’m always tempted to amp up this facet of frankincense in my accords, but normally this is difficult to do without the other facets of frankincense taking over the entire accord – I’m thinking of the harsher top notes (alpha pinene, beta pinene) or the other woodier facets of frankincense’s drydown. This extract feels like having the frankincense cake and eating it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    I.D.Adam

    I agree with Bo – this is wonderful. Deeply resinous, woody and spicy without the sharp notes. Quite beautiful.

  3. 5 out of 5

    DH

    Really nice, clean and versatile. I think this can be used more freely than Olibanum Couer (Ventos) although it does not have as strong or long-lasting of a church incense dry-out note as the Ventos material (which isn’t to say that the longevity is at all poor…). Very useful; could easily be incorporated into citrus and floral accords.

  4. 5 out of 5

    chickpeas101

    LOVE THIS. Any harshness that may be present in frankincense is gone. Smelling it right now…it’s like a wonderful syrup…sweet, spicy, light wood resin, and a gentle current of citrus. I inadvertently purchased 2 – and I’m happy with that.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jiangqi Su

    Less woody, much brighter than the olibanum coeur.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Carr

    Does no one else pick up a hint of pine in this? I have used it before in a mostly woody fragrance, but just incorporated it into a woody, spicy, citrusy, tiny bit of mint (Mintonant) with a touch of vanillan fragrance and swear that in addition to the very long dry-down, it is contributing a little pine.

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