Tonka Beam/Dipteryx odorata Absolute

Tonka Beam/Dipteryx odorata Absolute


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The absolute of Tonka Bean brownish tinged golden crystaline mass(hence must be heated to mix with alcohol or carrier oils) displaying a rich,warm, suave intensely, sweet, powdery/coumarinic bouquet with a fine fruity/carmelic undertone possessing incredible tenacity and radiance.

Blends well with angelica root eo, co2 and abs; artemisia eo's; beeswax abs; benzoin resinoid and abs; cananga eo; cedar leaf eo; cascarilla eo; cassie eo and co2; celery seed eo, co2 and abs; cinnamon eo and co2; cistus eo and abs; citrus eo's; clary sage eo and abs; costus eo and co2; cubeb eo; davana eo, co2 and abs; fenugreek eo, co2 and abs; fir balsam abs and eo; fir silver eo; flouve eo and abs; frankincense eo, co2 and abs; galbanum eo, co2 and abs; hay absolute; ginger root eo, co2 and abs; helichrysum eo and abs; labdanum eo and abs; lavindin absolute and eo; lavender eo, co2 and abs; lovage root eo, co2 and abs; mace eo and co2; oakmoss abs; opoponax eo, co2 and abs; poplar bud eo and abs; nutmeg eo, co2 and abs; orange blossom abs; oregano eo and co2; orris root eo, co2 and abs; palmarosa eo; patchouli eo, co2 and abs; peru balsam eo, resinoid and abs; rose otto, co2 and abs(centifolia, bourboniana, damascena) sandalwood eo, co2 and abs; siamwood eo; styrax eo, resinoid and abs; spruce eo and abs; vanilla abs and co2; vetiver eo, co2 and abs; ylang eo and abs

In natural perfumery can be used in new mown hay, amber bases, musk bases, forest notes, chypre, fougere, high class florals, cologne, incense perfumes, russian leather, oriental bouquets, culinary creations



Was the fan really hers? Perhaps the parasol was hers too, the coral beads, the muff and tippet! All sorts of delightful possibilities whirled through her brain, as she tossed and tumbled the parcels in the chest out on to the floor. More bundles of pieces, some knitting-needles,[83] an old-fashioned pair of bellows (Mell did not know what these were), a book or two, a package of snuff, which flew up into her face and made her sneeze. Then an overcoat and some men's clothes folded smoothly. Mell did not care for the overcoat, but there were two dresses pinned in towels which delighted her. One was purple muslin, the other faded blue silk; and again she found her own name pinned on the towel,—"For my little Mell." A faint pleasant odor came from the folds of the blue silk dress. Mell searched the pocket, and found there a Tonquin bean, screwed up in a bit of paper. It was the Tonquin bean which had made the dress smell so pleasantly. Mell pressed the folds close to her nose. She was fond of perfumes, and this seemed to her the most delicious thing she ever smelt.
Nine Little Goslings, by Susan Coolidge