Thyme(Thymus vulgaris) Absolute 50% in 50% undenatured perfumers alcohol

Thyme(Thymus vulgaris) Absolute 50% in 50% undenatured perfumers alcohol


Thyme absolute is a dark green liquid displaying a deep, smooth, green herbaceous bouquet with a rich mossy, woody, spicy undertone

In natural perfumery it is used in chypre, fougere, colognes, incense bouquets, culinary perfumes, , spice accords, herbaceous notes, literary perfumes, soap perfumes
"This product is useful in perfumery for its peculiar effect which is entirely different than those of the thyme oil. In traces, the absolute can introduced beautiful natural notes in jasmin, hyacinth, violet, etc and it lends a rich herbaceous body note in fougere, chypre, colognes, etc." Steffen Artander


Blends well with:
armoise eo
basil eo, co2 and abs
bay leaf eo and abs
benzoin abs
bucchu leaf eo
catnip eo
cedarleaf eo
cedarwood eo and abs
chamomile blue eo, co2 and abs
chamomile english eo
chamomile moroccan eo and abs
citronella eo
cistus eo and abs
cubeb eo
cypress eo and abs
elemi eo and abs
eucalyptus eo's
fir needle eo's and abs
frankincense eo, co2 and abs
geranium eo and abs
hay abs
helichrysum eo and abs
henna leaf eo and co2
hop eo and co2
hyacinth abs
hyssop eo and co2
jasmine absolutes
juniper berry eo and co2
labdanum eo and abs
litsea cubeba eo
laurel leaf eo and abs
lavender eo, co2 and abs
lemon eo
lemon balm eo, co2 and abs
lemon verbena eo and abs
lavindin eo and abs
marjoram eo
mandarin eo
oakoss abs
orange eo and essence
palmarosa eo
patchouli eo, co2 and abs
lemon eo and essence
mate abs
muhuhu eo
myrrh eo, co2 and abs
myrtle eo
nutmeg eo, co2 and abs
oregano eo and co2
petitgrain eo's
pine needle eo and abs
sage eo and co2
tansy eo
tea leaf abs
thyme eo and abs
tonka bean abs
violet leaf abs