Patron Formula: Gardenia Tiaré

Modelled on a well-known gardenia perfume, this fragrance is a burst of sweet fruity luscious gardenia (in the Tiaré vein) and white florals that lasts and lasts thanks to a wonderful combination of luxurious musks and naturals. There are no extremely rare materials here (at least nothing that is not relatively easy to come by). This is a real "wow" fragrance that will have people begging you for bottles. It is sultry, delicate, modern, refined, and rich. Top Notes Rosewood,...
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Guido
Guido
5 months ago

Mmm very tempting … Just bought your Enigma formula.
But this seems very interesting.. “people begging for bottles” haha…it must be great!

Konstantin
Konstantin
5 months ago

Hi Jamie – this isn’t working for me – I’m logged in here and on Patreon but no matter how many times I refresh, I don’t seem to get it to open the Patreon part of the post.

Konstantin
Konstantin
5 months ago
Reply to  Konstantin

Now it works!

rebecca
rebecca
5 months ago

I have logged out, refreshed, cleared cookies…still cannot access.

rebecca
rebecca
5 months ago

Got it now. It seems Patreon has a lengthy process.

rebecca
rebecca
5 months ago

Jamie, where do you source ingredient #19? PA no longer has it…

Guido
Guido
5 months ago
Reply to  rebecca

I have the same question, but I found an expensive 44 euro’s p/ml alternative at Hermitage oils. According to the reviews it should be great and a little goes a long way! I think this is probably worth it to buy but it could get pricey when you’re living outside Europe. I couldn’t find it at Eden Botanicals.

rebecca
rebecca
4 months ago
Reply to  Jamie

Thank you Jamie and Guido, I will reach out to my contact at Vigon as I work with them regularly – it does not appear to be on site. Otherwise, thanks for the Hermitage information.

Sascha
Sascha
4 months ago
Reply to  Jamie

I’m not sure if you are talking about one and the same material, although I have to admit that I don’t know the actual formula. But I reckon, that material #19 is Tiare absolute (Gardenia tahitensis), which should not be confused with Gardenia absolute (Gardenia jasminoides). Firmenich produced a genuine Tiare absolute a few years ago, but they most likely discontinued production. (They even produced two sorts of it, one was decolorized, the other not.) I know all these materials and can only say that G. tahitensis (Tiare) and G. jasminoides (Gardenia) have quite different scent profiles. To name only… Read more »

rebecca
rebecca
27 days ago
Reply to  Jamie

Hi Jamie, Vigon is not remembering it at the moment – do you happen to know the CAS # – I pulled these from Goodscents – T. A. Firmenich 987737 and 987738 – might these be the CAS? Thanks!

rebecca
rebecca
15 days ago
Reply to  Jamie

thanks Jamie

janosch
janosch
5 months ago

ohhhhh exciting a new formular 🙂 is there a way to sent out a mail when something is new? 🙂 thx janosch

Magio
Magio
4 months ago

I also can’t unlock after paying. I don’t know where the problem is. Any help please? thank you

Gio
Gio
4 months ago
Reply to  Magio

ok. I solved. 🙂

Guido
Guido
4 months ago

Initial impression a few hours after mixing: Gorgeous! just as Jamie mentions: sultry, delicate, modern, refined, and rich. After macerating it’ll probably smells divine…, honestly: smells divine already!
For a more tropical vibe I have added a trace of Frangipani white abs 10% (0,5) to match Tiaré a little bit more because I’ve used Gardenia abs. from Hermitage oils.

Last edited 4 months ago by Guido
Pharm_Blender
Pharm_Blender
1 month ago

Exaltenone – I don’t have this musk and have never smelled it. Is it close to any others I could substitute?

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