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Rose Imperiale (Fraterworks)

5.00 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)


Fraterworks Code: 819656D
CAS #: Mixture

Odor Description: A superb Rose de Mai absolute replacer base enriched with luxurious naturals.

Appearance: Gold liquid
Longevity: Lasts 144 hours on a smelling strip

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Rose Imperiale IFRA 51 Certificate
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Fraterworks Code: 819656D
CAS #: Mixture

Courtesy of Fraterworks: “Rose Imperiale is a restoration of a luxurious rose base representing the whole French rose de mai. It was a key captive base in many historic fragrances but fits perfectly well in a modern context. Fraterworks brings you the scent of glorious rose de mai in a product as elegant as the pure absolute itself. This base is rich with natural materials and high class oils and absolutes found only in the finest fragrances. Try Rose Imperiale and you’ll never use another rose absolute base.

Supplementing the complex natural heart of our Rose Imperiale base are modern synthetics and luxurious macrocyclic musks. Even traces of Rose Imperiale will enhance a fragrance with its complex yet beautifully balanced formula.”

Appearance: Pale yellow liquid
Longevity: Lasts 144 hours on a smelling strip

Rose Imperiale SDS
Rose Imperiale IFRA 51 Certificate
Rose Imperiale EU Allergens

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2 reviews for Rose Imperiale (Fraterworks)

  1. 5 out of 5


    i love this material so much! i have had a difficult time falling in love with rose perfumes / rose materials because none of them come close to the magic of the rose garden i grew up with. many natural rose materials are lovely but expensive and highly limited by IFRA, but rose bases have been difficult for me to enjoy because i’m really sensitive to the fatty aldehydes (i’m one of those ‘aldehydes are acrid soap’ people). all of that said, rose imperiale is so good that i legitimately got butterflies in my stomach. i don’t want to cast aspersions on other rose bases, most of which are perfectly lovely despite my aldehyde aversion, but they seem like caricatures of rose next to rose imperiale’s baroque mastery. it smells stunningly expensive; it’s rich and honeyed, but also dark and soft, and it has a velvety petal texture to it that captures the feeling of holding and smelling a real rose. it also performs really well in blends – it’s a show stopper that can easily take the starring role in a composition, but it also works equally well in a floral bouquet. honestly, i could go on and on about this, it’s just so good.

  2. 5 out of 5


    This is a gorgeous interpretation of Rose de Mai absolute. Comparable to Wardia but different. I mix them together for the most divine rose fragrance.

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