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Susan Farber –
Received a sample of this and was instantly reminded of Bergamot, but with more complexity. It has many facets, including citrus, spice, and floral. I have the EO version which is linear and subdued. I can’t wait to experiment with this lovely oil
A light, yet absolutely exquisite material. Definitely a Top note. Sichuan pepper CO2 surprised me with its multi-faceted odor profile, harmony, and delicacy. Here you’ll find notes of citrus (bergamot, orange, mandarin), nuances of exotic white flowers (ginger-lily, plumeria, tuberose, neroli), spices (cardamom, galangal, pepper), olibanum, and basil.
Use this material with abandon in fresh Orientals, exotic florals, Eaux Fraiches, neo- chypres, high class gourmands, and even in a baby’s fragrance… Yes, this product is that tender smelling! …Thank you Christine! : )
It’s really nice! Smells exactly like Sichuan peppercorns! Much more true compared to the essential oil. It’s very thick stuff, I would imagine that it’s pretty tenacious. It might work well to extend bergamot or just to add a beautiful, unique spiciness. It could go well with oud also. I will probably use it with Viridiflorol in an oud accord Im working on. Thanks Christine!
Now this was a surprise, a pleasant one to be precise! It starts of with a mix of spices and citruses but also I can detect some berries notes. It is a complex one, at least in the first hour or so, not too much in the peppery direction but more in the fruity one, it’s not so sharp but it’s sparkly, I can also detect some cardamom notes. After that hour, the sparkling goes a bit and what remains is a really nice bergamot but with hints of spices. As it was mentioned, a good material to extend the bergamot and the tenacity of it is very good, 10 hours on the smelling strip and still going but now it has a dusty and dry facets.
Loving this piny, green and red faceted pepper! Wow! It’s bold and lends itself to so many styles of top notes. Complements woody and floral compositions, especially beautiful with violet leaf accords.
Beautiful sparkling topnote. Exquisite, complex and very true to the natural material.