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A fascinating scent – this takes me back to my childhood school days sharpening pencils for the teacher. Incredibly clean and about as “fresh” wood as it gets.
A beautiful bright cedar pencil scent, with a touch of smoke. A lovely deep rich rewarding material.
A very sharp pencils sharpener shaving scent…was very taken back by this…but as a perfumer all notes will find there place some where.
This material has found a place in my masculine Woodlands scent, it added a unique aspect to this formulation.
This one flew under my radar until recently. The species’ scientific name hints at its potential: Cupressus nootkatensis. Remember Nootkatone, that incredibly long lasting grapefruit note? Turns out it’s a major aromatic component of alaskan yellow cedar (alaskan cypress.)
Wood 49 strikes a fascinating balance between smoky, dusty, woody pencil shavings facets and that tart grapefruit note. Thing is, that’s smack in the middle of the territory so many smoky/leathery accords are trying to explore.
That makes wood 49 incredibly useful. It obviously works well as a building block for smoky/leathery/citrus accords. But it’s also incredibly useful as a (complex) modifier: be it to bring more plush woody/smoky tones to grapefruit heavy accords, or to bring more long lasting, tart brightness to woody/smoky accords.
Do not underestimate its potential.
This one should have more stars, we love it!
Holly cow this stuff is nuclear strength! it is a testament to the quality of Robertet products. It is a smoky and pencil shaved smell to add to your incense formulas.
This was a big wonderful surprise. It seemed too simple of a pencil scent straight from the bottle, but after smelling it in a blend I am ecstatic about it’s magical effects.
Wood49 just arrived. There’s only one word i need to say: Beautiful.
Very woody, which i love. And hidden in there is a sweet fruity perfume which one catches from time to time. Again: Beautiful.
Sebastian Reuter –
I falled immediately in love with this material – it’s like the perfect balanced fougere Canoe/Dana by Jean Carles (Canoe) with herbaceous notes from armoise over clary sage/lavender to thyme abs. and cistus on a very hard to pin down rich cedar wood (Texas) background sweetened by vanilla and peru balm and lasting for month. But as nice as it’s on smelling as hard is it in use. Probably because I underestimated its power my attempts failed so far. I strongly recommended to start as 10% solution. I can’t recognize the mentioned grapefruit character/effect at all.
Raffaello Sapere –
This is a beautiful woody scent with coniferous facets. This essential oil is perfect for incorporating into fragrances where you need woody depth. It’s not easy to use but it’s absolutely adorable. Robertet is always a guarantee.
I really love the aroma which I plan on using for a wood-frankincense-fir absolute-Jasmine creation. What a great solid perfume this will make for Easter gifts to celebrate the cross and what it means for those who love the Lord!!! Happy Easter!