The odour and uses of Anisaldehyde
Odour=> sweet powdery mimosa floral hawthorn balsam sweet aromatic herbaceous-spicy anis-like hawthorn Intensely sweet floral yet somewhat 'hay-like' odor generally described as Hawthorne-like The aldehyde may oxidize and lose itsodor
Perfume-Uses=> Hawthorn Hay Honeysuckle Soap Lindenflower Limeflower Tilleul Buchu Leaf Cassie Acacia Pine, Floral-types, Hay-like-notes, Hawthorne, Herbal-types, As-Modifier,
Anise Apricot Butter Caramel Cherry Chocolate Black Walnut Nut Peach Raspbcrry Strawberry Spice Vanilla Peppermint Apricot, Butter, Caramel, Cherry, Chocolate, Black-walnut, Nut, Peach, Strawberry, Spice, Vanilla, Mint, Chewing-gum,
Blends-well-with=> +Naphthyl Methyl Ether +Naphthyl Ethyl Ether +Acetanisole +Hydroxycitronellal +Acetophenone Anisaldehyde, Gums, Methyl Chavicol,
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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