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Operanide (IFF)

4.67 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)

$9.00$125.00

OPERANIDE_ELINCS_00151575_GHS_SDS

CAS#823178-41-2

Odor Description (courtesy of IFF) – A beautiful ambery wood note whose characteristic is a great sillage and lastingness. It is a luxurious woody note.” “Operanide shows a great bloom and is softer than Amber Xtreme, it gives volume to the heart of a fragrance.”

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CAS#823178-41-2

Odor Description (courtesy of IFF) – A beautiful ambery wood note whose characteristic is a great sillage and lastingness. It is a luxurious woody note.” “Operanide shows a great bloom and is softer than Amber Xtreme, it gives volume to the heart of a fragrance.”

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3 reviews for Operanide (IFF)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Stinky Stuff

    An interesting new woody amber. While most of the usual powerful “super-woody-amber” materials always have a sharp, piercing, dry facet, Operanide goes the opposite direction and is very soft, delicate, and radiant. It’s a good material to add body to the fragrance because it seems to fill things out instead of making things feel dryer/sharper. This is worth a try for anyone who hates super woody ambers in general.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ben Garde

    This is great.
    Its a softer amber with notes of dark vanilla and dried fruits. This will be perfect for gourmands.

  3. 4 out of 5

    mnordstrand

    Operanide is softer and more diffuse than cashmeran, and perhaps less mineral. It is, in an oblique way, warm and musky, but for me the primary facet is of dry amber with light nuances of wood. The texture and diffusion it can impart surpass cashmeran in many instances, and in combination the pairing can impart an ambery linearity to a composition. Combinations with other dry ambers are also very successful, depending on the character you are seeking to bring. Norlimbanol, Amber Xtreme, Ambroxide, Amber Max, etc. are all interesting in their synergy with the molecule.

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