Jasmin 231 by Firmenich Clone Base

I just got my order of Jasmin 231 today and I thought I would tell you all about it as it is virtually never written or spoken about online despite the fact that it is was once a very important Jasmine base. NOTE: formula is now included at the bottom of this post. This is pretty much the only information on it online: "In 1933, the Ruzicka [pictured] team [of Firmenich - then Chuit, Naef & Cie] developed a production...
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I.D.Adam
I.D.Adam
5 years ago

Thanks for the write up on the Jasmine base. Can’t wait to try it. Will be following your blog and looking forward to your new blends.

grayspoole
grayspoole
5 years ago

Great post and best wishes on the launch of your blog! I am a vintage perfume collector who has enjoyed quietly reading and learning about perfume ingredients and composition from you and the other mad scientists on the Basenotes DIY thread. I know my vintage Joy parfum smells unlike anything on the market today, but I also like to understand why this is so. Looking forward to hearing about your discoveries and (I hope) experiencing one of your perfumes some day.

Kacper
5 years ago

I doing the formula without pcpa ( i use pure pca) and pimento( i replaced mixed isoeugenyl acetate, methyl diantillis and juniper EO :D). Smell very beautifull yellow narcissus in my garden with fresh laundry/soapy and fruity backnotes 😀

kik hack
3 years ago

Very nice article. I definitely love this website. Thanks!

Alkharraz
Alkharraz
3 years ago

Hi I want the Oud formula

David Dorris
David Dorris
2 years ago
Reply to  Alkharraz

Hey Jamie, I would also love to see your interpretation of an Oud recreation. Thanks for all the great information.

Josep M
Josep M
3 months ago

I will replicate it today…you finally did not use indole?

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