Jasminum Flexile Base

Jasminum Flexile (also known as Taruni) is native to India. It is a rare and quite expensive variant of jasmine for perfumery but perhaps the best of all the jasmines—surpassing even Sambac. Thanks to the excellent comparative study done by Norbert A. Braun, Birgit Kohlenberg, Sherina Sim, Manfred Meier and Franz-Josef Hammerschmidt (all from Symrise), I was able to put together an accord based on both the headspace analysis of the flowers of Jasminum Flexile and the chemical constituents analysis...
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alkharraz
alkharraz
4 years ago

thanks

alkharraz
alkharraz
4 years ago

I want a formulaagar
agarwood

alkharraz
alkharraz
4 years ago

I want a formula agrawood

D.venugopal
3 years ago
Reply to  alkharraz

Available….

Guido
Guido
3 months ago

Anything to substitute for the P-cresol, I have m-cresol though?

Guido
Guido
3 months ago
Reply to  Jamie Frater

Good advice, thank you for your help

Guido
Guido
3 months ago

The Cis 3 Hexenol Acetate .. can I use Montaverdi 10%, according to Pellwall its similar and 10 times stronger?

Guido
Guido
3 months ago
Reply to  Guido

I’ve found the Cis 3 Hexenol acetaat at Hexapus, but Montaverdi could be interesting.

Last edited 3 months ago by Guido
Frank Saunders
3 months ago

Quick Question for you Jamie. When you use phenyl acetaldehyde, is it 50%? Or are you using it pure? I want to make sure im following the formula correctly. In my experience I’ve only been able to source it as 50%. Thanks!

Guido
Guido
2 months ago

Hi Jamie, the dimethyl sulfide is still very present after blending the main formula.
I’ve made the trace element base a week ago and the DMS was very present in the blend. After mixing a the part of the micro base into the main formula today I could still smell the DMS. Is it going to soften “disappear” after a while?
I’ve used a Pellwall dilution of 0,1 % DMS and added a factor 10 more = 400 In this formula to reach 1%

Guido
Guido
2 months ago
Reply to  Jamie Frater

Forgive me for asking: you’re sure the percentage of DMS in this formula is 1%?
I could still smell it after 2 weeks, but not very strong though, seems it softens.

Guido
Guido
2 months ago
Reply to  Jamie Frater

Thanks, that’d make sense.
Next time it’ll be with 0,1% DMS, let’s see how that changes things.

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