Vetiver/Tuberose(Polianthes tuberosa) codistilled essential oil

Vetiver/Tuberose(Polianthes tuberosa) codistilled essential oil

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The codistilled oil of Vetiver and Tuberose is pale yellow in color and displays a suave, sweet, rich honeyed/balsamic, floral bouquet with a delicate spicy undertone. The overall aroma of tuberose(which is very intense in its pure form) becomes more accessible in the codistilled oil. The sweetness, richness, and power of the floral notes of the Tuberose are unique and as one studies the aromatic life of the oil on the perfumers strip one is drawn deep into its aromatic aura which pervades all around room in which the essence is being studied. As with the Vetiver/Jasmin sambac codistillation the Tuberose also dominates over any of the earthy notes that are part of the vetiver bouquet.

Blends well with ambrette eo, co2 and abs; anise star eo and co2; beeswax abs; benzoin abs and resinoid; boronia abs; broom/genet abs; chamomile eo, co2 and abs; champaca golden abs and attar; champaca white co2 and abs; citrus oils(lime, lemon, yuzu); cardamon eo, co2 and abs; coriander eo, co2 and abs; fir balsam abs; frankincense eo, co2 and abs; hay abs; helichrysum eo and abs; kewda ruh and attar; magnolia lily co2; lemon balm eo, co2 and abs; lemongrass rhodinol rich; lentisk/mastic eo and abs; nigella damascena abs; opoponax eo, resinoid and abs; osmanthus abs; rose eo, attar and abs; sandalwood eo, co2 and abs; styrax eo, abs and resinoid; tonka abs; vanilla abs and co2; verbena abs and eo; white ginger lily abolute; ylang absolute and eo;

In natural perfumery is used in garland perfumes, oriental bases, sweet florals, tropical bouquets, sacred perfumes

And the jessamine faint, and the sweet tuberose,
The sweetest flower for scent that blows;
And all rare blossoms from every clime
Grew in that garden in perfect prime.
---Percy Bysshe Shelley