The odour and uses of CLASSIC SPICE F-TEC
Odour=> A Carnation and Orchid spicy mélange of balsams, jasmine, and orchid with slight woodiness, less citrus than the Fleuressence version. A timeless old spice “structural framework” which can be used as the heart of a masculine, feminine or non-binary perfume depending on which modifiers are used.
Synaesthesia=> Reddy-brown, Tan, Carnation and Orchid flower bouquet, Classic old spice note, “Reminds me of my Dad when I was growing up”, Mad Men advertising executives from the 50’s and 60’s, Comforting, Secure, Stable, Old Spice, L’air du Temps, Fidji, Saxaphone, The Blues, Cosy, Oak and light coloured woods, Classy,
Perfume-Uses=> A ready made neutral Spicy Floral framework upon which countless variations are possible. Adding Forals, Vanilla, Gourmand notes will tend to move more towards a feminine theme and Spices, Citrus, Herbs, Pine, Woods, Animalic, Leather, Tobacco notes will slide it towards classic masculine tastes.
Tips=>Use 5-10% as a blender when a fragrance seems to be all over the place with too many things going on.
Just-try-it=>With single spice essential oils. For example with 20% Black Pepper Oil, or 5% Cinamon Leaf Oil
CLASSIC SPICE F-TEC ™ (Fleuressence-Technology™) is a primary odour perfume
compound base, a mixture of aroma chemicals, isolates and essential oils for use
in perfume compounding.
Great for quickly adding special effects, rapid prototyping and perfume creation with easier IFRA & EU compliance.
When combined with other F-TEC bases, as in the F-TEC Custom Creation Kit, it forms a powerful super-fast and flexible system of perfume creation for most fine perfumery and toiletry product applications.
Q. What are Fleuressence and F-TEC Bases? "Fleuressence vs F-TEC"
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
End application data applies to experiments carried out by the authors or extrapolated from those experiments using computer algorithms. As application product formulations vary widely this information is only a general guide.
Full testing by both perfumers- flavorists and end users is the only proven method to ensuring a perfume or flavours safety- strength- suitability- stability and success.
Legislation and regulations vary widely and change with time so it is your duty to check this.