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
10 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
10 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
10 months ago
Reply to  Konstantin

Now it works!

rebecca
rebecca
10 months ago

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

rebecca
rebecca
10 months ago

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

rebecca
rebecca
10 months ago

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

Guido
Guido
10 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
10 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
10 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
6 months 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
5 months ago
Reply to  Jamie

thanks Jamie

janosch
janosch
10 months ago

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

Magio
Magio
10 months ago

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

Gio
Gio
10 months ago
Reply to  Magio

ok. I solved. 🙂

Guido
Guido
9 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 9 months ago by Guido
Pharm_Blender
Pharm_Blender
7 months 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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