The odour and uses of Anisyl Alcohol
Odour=> hawthorn powdery lilac sweet rose floral sweet aroma fruity lilac oily Mild-floral very sweet odor reminiscent of Lilac and Vanilla with a faint delicate balsa-mic background
Perfume-Uses=> Appleblossom, Lilac, Sweet-Pea Boronia Reseda Broom Gardenia Jasmin +Musk-ambrette Carnation Dianthus Oeillet Hawthorn Heliotrope Mimosa Tuberose Floral-types, Lilac, Appleblossom, Sweet-Pea, Gardenia, Jasmin,
Licorice Vanilla Aniseed Chocolate Vanilla, Chocolate, Cocoa, Licorice,
Blends-well-with=> +Terpineol +Anethole +Eugenyl Methyl Ether Makes A Good Lilac +Heliotropin +Vanillin Anisaldehyde,
IFRA Status / EU Allergens / MSDS / COA
Typical usage in perfume compounds
Used in these perfume types but not limited to them.
9 = Very Good Performance
8 = Good Performance
7 = Reasonable performance
6 = Fair performance
5 = Mediocre performance
4 = Slight stability problems
3 = Discoloration Problems
2 = Stability problems
1 = Major problems
0 = Not recommended for use
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