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Veratraldehyde, Natural (99+%)

4.33 out of 5
(6 customer reviews)

$6.00$250.00

VeratrylAldehydeNaturalSDS

aka Veratryl Aldehyde 99+% – Note that this material is a solid.

Note – this is a natural ISOLATE, Process Flow ~ Veratraldehyde

CAS# 120-14-9

Odor Description – Very sweet, woody, vanilla and heliotrope notes.  Arctander suggests that “A pure grade of Veratraldehyde is an excellent perfume material with more warmth and depth than Vanillin, and excellent effect in Oriental’ type fragrances, woody-musky bases, etc.

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VeratrylAldehydeNaturalSDS

aka Veratryl Aldehyde 99+% – Note that this material is a solid.

Note – this is a natural ISOLATE, Process Flow ~ Veratraldehyde

CAS# 120-14-9

Odor Description – Very sweet, woody, vanilla and heliotrope notes.  Arctander suggests that “A pure grade of Veratraldehyde is an excellent perfume material with more warmth and depth than Vanillin, and excellent effect in Oriental’ type fragrances, woody-musky bases, etc.

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2g, 5g, 25g, 60g, 200g

6 reviews for Veratraldehyde, Natural (99+%)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Yankiel

    Vanillin is a great product, but Veratraldehyde is simply sublime… Pure beauty, sensuality, and even mystery. Instantly in love with this material!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tatiana Naumova

    It’s like milk foam. Like creamy ice cream. Delicate, creamy, vanilla.

  3. 5 out of 5

    chrisgravatt

    My nose detects that this is probably used often in “Fall” themed candles. This smells almost identical to a generic “Caramel Pecan Brittle” candle I have. I personally love the smell, it’s Fall in powdered form.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Vireo

    Endlessly useful and a work horse of a material from top to bottom and everywhere inbetween making florals more realistic, nilla more nilla-y and bringing interest to incense accords- ok I must stop before I give away too much 🙂

  5. 1 out of 5

    Hera

    sadly tested on animals….

    • Christine Daley

      Hi Hera, where did you get this information?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Liz

    This works so well for me in natural blends as adds a nice light vanilla creaminess without needing to overdose on vanilla to achieve the same effect. It is a great addition to my collection and finds its way into most blends. I think the ‘tested on animals’ reference might come from the SDS.

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