Free Formula: Sublime Ylang Perfume

I happen to be a huge fan of Ylang Ylang and had a great love for the fragrance Sublime by Jean Patou which is built around an Ylang Ylang and Mandarin accord. Rather than analyzing and making a clone, I wanted to come up with my own version so I could be more playful. And so while this formula is called Sublime and follows the notes and much of the style of the Patou fragrance, this is created without any GCMS analysis of the original.

Unlike my other free formulas, I have presented this one in a downloadable PDF format so I can use it as a demonstration download for people wanting to buy the various formulas I am selling here on the site. As you will see, our products are more than just simple formulas.

Download Free Sublime Ylang Fragrance Formula PDF

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Frank Saunders
1 month ago

Love the PDFs. You spend a lot of time and attention to detail on them. Much better than anything I could do! On top of presentation you provide a wealth of information on the different types of ylang, synthetic and natural. Bravo! 👏

Guido
Guido
1 month ago

Thanks for sharing! another exciting day of blending I am looking forward to!
The BHT, I haven’t seen you use that in other formulae for preservation?
The PDF is looking great, very promising!

Last edited 1 month ago by Guido
Florian
Florian
1 month ago
Reply to  Guido

i add BHT in everything just because i want to be safe.
Normally 0.3% – 0.4% of the concentrate
Was surprised it was included in here too

Frank Saunders
1 month ago

To be honest I wasn’t sure I was going to like this one. Thankfully, I was proven wrong! The sandalwood shows itself early on, which really tames the ylang ylang. The mandarin is there too, but it’s in the back keeping everything together. Great job once again Jamie!

Frank Saunders
1 month ago
Reply to  Jamie Frater

Ha! I guess I didn’t notice I was quick. Then again I don’t know what the average time is for most people. It normally takes me around 45 min to mix a formula together that is roughly 50 ingredients. 🤷🏻‍♂️😂

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