Tagete Absolute Extra

Tagete Absolute Extra
Country of Origin: France
Botanical Name: Tagetes glandulifera Schrank
Extraction Method: Alcohol Extraction from the concrete
Plant Material Used: from the tagete blooming plant
Flash Point (closed cup): 50 C
TSCA: 8016-84-0

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The color of this material is just brilliant. A viscous dark orange/reddish liquid. Odor is intensely herbaceous-green, with a sweet-fruity undertone and a somewhat bitter-herby dry out. It is one of those materials that you will love (like I do) or will find highly disagreeable.

In perfumery, it will be necessary to work it up into high dilutions in order to obtain pleasant and useful effects.

Blends well with:
Clary sage, tobacco, bergamot & other citrus oils, all representing fruity-herbaceous and tobacco-like notes.

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