22nd March at 10.05am: Hello World, Adam here with a quick progress report! First thank you of course to the many who have placed orders, most appreciated. As I type should you place an order, please note the lead time is 5 working days before we will be able to assemble your order. This Sunday by 3pm Italy time I am going to release my Onycha Shells co-distilled in 33 year AGED Mysore sandalwood for sale. 10ml price is 350 Euros due to age of the sandalwood used. Also, if you are shopping around for Jasmine Absolute, Violet Absolute or Rose Absolute Turkish, my current batches are exceptionally beautiful – zero gassy aspects in the top, incredible body, excellent development and just so blissfully perfect from start to finish. For those musing on larger weights I can offer my Turkish Rose Absolute (batch TRSGAA01) at 2450 Euros plus vat per kilo and can offer this for 2300 Euros per kilo on a 3 kilo buy – 6900 euros plus vat. I will write again on Sunday afternoon. Thanks, Adam : )
APRIL NEW RELEASES: Across April, we will be releasing, Artisan Indian Sandalwood, produced last year from logs estimated at 90 years of age. Azerbaijani Rose Otto, Persian Otto Royal, Georgian Musk Otto, Verbena Absolute, Patchouli Classics Absolute, Patchouli 8 Year Aged Absolute, Aged Wild Borneo Oud, Onycha shells co-distilled with 33 year AGED Mysore Indian sandalwood (so distilled 1990), Kenyan Rose Geranium E.O, Indian Ambrette, NEW SEASON Green Bergamot E.O, Blood Orange E.O, Orange Bitter FCF E.O.
Adam Michael has this to say “As of the 9th June 2021 we now offer angelica root essential oil from a French specialist artisan producer. The aroma profile, development, and longevity makes for a superior experience compared with Hungarian produced material and thus the signature tag.
Angelica root also known as ‘holy spirit root’ is steam distilled from the dried roots of the plant, displays very pleasant soft blooms of peppery musk and root earthy musk qualities, with soft green vegetative undertones. This musk character has a lot in common with smelling ambrette absolute. The beauty of this French produced material is the fact it does not have the harsh through to very raw aspects commonly found within Hungarian material and easy to realise via direct comparison on the strip.”
Arctander has this to say “Angelia Root Oil is very highly esteemed in perfumery and flavour work. Its power is easily underestimated, and it is an art in itself to use this oil correctly, and to adjust the application and concentration according to the inevitable type-variations in the various shipments of oil even from the same producer. The oil blends well with patchouli, opopanax, costus, sage clary, vetiver, oakmoss, coumarin, etc., in heavy chypres, oriental bases, etc., or in special citrus colognes and fougeres.”
M (verified owner) –
This goes really within a blend if one wants to adds some peppery flutter at the top with a musky backbone. But one needs to be careful within. On it’s own after the initial herbaceously sparkly and musky facets tone down, on my skin, I can detect heart and base of clary sage, but with some leafy aspects (crushed).
It blends really well with ambrette seed, mehedi otto, Thai oud (read floral and fruity ouds) and incensy ouds from India, Indonesia and Malaysia, clary sage, any sweet lavender, and resins. As stated above, one needs to be careful about it though.
Charalambos Charalambous (verified owner) –
If you need to clear your head from a stressful day in 3 minutes then this is your oil.if you need an already
blend of spicy,leathery creation with a musk power undertone then its a must have oil for masculine cologne and perfumes..amazing oil
Patrick E (verified owner) –
This smells of delicious and potent mother earth. Herbs, pepper, soil, and very refreshing. I can think of so many uses for this particular angelica root. Definitely grounding, a great base, and can bring balance. A little goes a long way.
zoltan C (verified owner) –
If you have ever worked with Parsley root in your kitchen then you know what angelica root smell like. No surprise, since they are related.
Obviously, this is much more concentrated scent. Very-very spicy with strong peppery/minty/citrusy tone. I think it would blend well with dark and heavy scents.