Due to its high amount of Damascenone, it works best in traces to enhance other rose materials but it can also be used up to 2% in a concentrate (for a 10% EDT fragrance, following IFRA limits) as a standalone fruity rose note. Blends perfectly well with woody compositions like sandalwood and agarwood.
Note: this base is not a replacement for Firmenich’s Damascenia (nor does it have the same odor), however, it was also created around Rose ketones (mainly Damascenone).
We call bases (not to be confused with pyramid base notes) our complex fragrances usually developed to mimic or reinterpret a single note, inspired by nature or fantasy. Great for adding complexity / originality to perfume creations but can also be used alone.
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