Vetiver/Night Queen(Cestrum nocturnum) codistillation

Vetiver/Night Queen(Cestrum nocturnum) codistillation

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The codistillation of vetiver and night queen provides a light brownish-yellow oil displaying a full, fresh, rich, sweet, floral, honeyed bouquet with a delicate balsamic/fruity undertone. The overall effect is very ambrosial and exotic.
The tenacity is very good.

Blends well with algaia odorata abs; allspice abs; ambrette seed eo, co2 and abs; araucaria eo; artemisia annua; balsam peru eo and abs; bakul attar; basil, holy eo and co2; beeswax abs; benzoin abs; bois de rose/rosewood eo; ; carnation abs; cassie abs; carrot seed eo, co2 and abs; chameli attar and ruh(jasmin grandiflorum); chamomile, blue eo, co2 and abs; chamomile, english eo; chamomile morocco eo and abs; clove bud eo, co2 and abs; combava petitgrain eo; coriander eo, co2 and abs; costus root eo and co2; davana eo and co2; frangipani abs; fir balsam abs; genda attar; guaicawood eo; gulhina attar; helichyrsum eo and abs; henna leaf co2; jasmin grandiflorum abs; jasmin sambac abs; jonquil abs; kadam attar; lawang eo; lavander eo, co2 an abs; mimosa abs; narcissus abs; orange blossom abs; neroli eo; orris root eo, co2 and abs; petitgrain eo's; rosa damasena eo, co2 and abs; rosa alba eo and abs; sandalwood eo, co2 and abs; tagetes eo ad abs; tuberose attar and abs; vanilla co2 and abs; ylang extra and ylang abs

In natural perfumery can be used in high class floral perfumes; sacred essences; oriental bouquets; fougere; chypre; and garland perfumes