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Tomato Natural

5.00 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)

$8.50$105.00

TOMATO NAT_SDS_EN

CAS#90131-63-8

Odor -Intensely green, fresh, outdoorsy note with an earthy, spicy sweetness. Very similar to Geranium making it an excellent addition to any floral fragrance.   Blends well with Citrus, Moss and Herbaceous notes.

According to boisdejasmine.com, Tomato Natural “one of the most remarkable notes in perfumery, in my opinion, due to its unexpectedness and its complete lack of gender reference.”

 

Note: Perfumer Supply House is strictly a reseller and is not an agent or distributor for Robertet Inc.

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TOMATO NAT_SDS_EN

Tomato Fragrance Allergens

Tomato IFRA 48

CAS#90131-63-8

Odor -Intensely green, fresh, outdoorsy note with an earthy, spicy sweetness. Very similar to Geranium making it an excellent addition to any floral fragrance.   Blends well with Citrus, Moss and Herbaceous notes.

According to boisdejasmine.com, Tomato Leaf Absolute “one of the most remarkable notes in perfumery, in my opinion, due to its unexpectedness and its complete lack of gender reference.”

 

Note: Perfumer Supply House is strictly a reseller and is not an agent or distributor for Robertet Inc.

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5g, 25g, 60g, 200g

2 reviews for Tomato Natural

  1. 5 out of 5

    Vireo

    Natural perfumer’s helper- I dreamed about this material a decade ago when struggling to find materials to make a many more visual accords but no longer. This material is wonderfully versatile for the creative perfumer. Stems, leafs and summer day olfactory nuances which lacked before are brought to life. 🙂

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kristen Wegner

    Robertet does it (yet) again. This is totally awesome. It is not the bitterness of tomato leaf (as I had hoped); it is more the rich and sweet green of sun-kissed vine-ripened tomatoes without coming across as being a vegetable note. Beware, this is quite viscous – not as viscous as something like vetiver (which incidentally it pairs well with) – so be patient. This is wonderful with grapefruit and bergamot.

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