Wine-Sweet-Floral Essences

The Wine-Sweet-Floral Group of Essences includes Ambrette Seed eo, co2 and abs and Nigella damascena eo and abs

Aromatic terms associated with:

Ambrette seed eo, co2 and abs
-rich, sweet, floral-musky, wine-like, brandy-like, tobacco-like, overripe fruit, tenacioius, possess a roundness of bouquet seldom found in any other materia
Nigella damascena eo and abs-sweet, fruity, winy, brandy-like, fruity note compared to that of strawberies

This small group blends well with:

agarwood eo and co2
amber eo
amberi attar
amyris eo
angelica root eo, co2 and abs
angelica seed eo
bakul attar
beeswax abs
bergamot eo
bois de rose eo
boronia abs
broom abs
cabreuva eo
calamus eo and co2
carrot seed eo, co2 and abs
cassie abs
citron eo
cistus eo abd abs
clover sweet abs
coconut abs
coriander eo, co2 and abs
costus eo and co2
cubeb eo
cypress eo and abs
elderflower abs and co2
elecampane root eo and abs
fir balsam abs
frankincense eo, co2 and abs
galbanum eo, co2 and abs
guaiacwood eo
gurjun balsam eo
hay abs
helichyrsum eo and abs
ho wood eo
ho leaf eo
jasmin sambac abs and ruh
jasmin grandiflorum abs and ruh
jasmin auriculatum abs and ruh
jasmin flexile abs
kewda ruh and attar
labdanum eo and abs
lavender eo, co2 and abs
lemon eo and essence
lime eo and essence
mastic eo and abs
mimosa abs
myrrh eo, co2 and abs
musk attar
oakmoss abs
nagarmotha eo, co2 and abs
opoponax eo and abs
orange blossom abs
orris root eo, co2 and abs
patchouli eo, co2 and abs
peru balsam eo and abs
poplar bud abs
pine needle eo and abs
osmanthus abs
rosa damascena eo eo and abs
rosa centifolia abs
sage clary eo and abs
sandalwood eo, co2 and abs
seaweed abs
siamwood eo
spruce eo and abs
tonka bean abs
vetiver eo, co2 and abs
styrax eo and abs
vanilla co2 and abs

In natural perfumery used in amber bases, incense perfumes, musk accord, forest notes, high class floral, fougere, chypre, Oriental bases, precious woods notes

Nigella damascena eo and abs can be "used in perfumery, not only in lipstick perfumes where it produces interesting modifications of the conventional strawberry-peach-pineabbple type of fruity perfumes but also in many floral bases, e.g. gardenia, honeysuckle, jasmin, liclac, neroli, etc...It is a comparatively powerful and penetrating material which can be used effectively at concentrations belows on per cent.."-Steffen Arctander