Ginger Absolute

Adam Michael has this to say “Aromatically, applied to the strip, the opening notes of this ginger absolute are fiery warm, rooty, very sweet, spiced and reminiscent of how the original ginger beer soft drink by Old Jamaica tastes. As this material evolves on the strip, the theme remains 100% gourmand orientated, displaying a dark chocolate, warm toffee and trace caramel infusion underpinned with heavily sweetened ginger juice and dried woody esq ginger peel character. Without question this is the most gourmand themed natural ginger aromatic money buys, the heart notes resembling the taste of biting into a homemade Jamaican ginger cake. At 10% in dilution this material also reveals trace cistus, carob, coca-cola and Cyprian labdanum tonalities. It is important to note that due to the additional step of molecular distillation after the initial process of solvent extraction of the roots, that this absolute is incredibly clean and fresh on the senses throughout, in this regard to the same extent of the copious online offerings of ginger co2.

An incredibly underrated experience, a stunning aromatic that warrants far more love, attention, and incorporation within perfumery, blends like a marriage made in heaven with atlas cedarwood e.o, wild harvested cedarwood absolute, folded citruses, especially orange, lime and mandarins (specifically green and red), cocoa absolute and patchouli aromatics.”

Arctander has this to say “In perfumes, Ginger Absolute may introduce the most interesting and surprising notes in high-class lotion perfumes, ect., or in the so-called “men’s fragrances” in the spicy series, after-shaves, etc. It blends excellently with animal notes (castoreum, civet, costus, labdanum) and with woody notes (sandalwood, vetiver, patchouli, linalool, olibanum, etc.), with floral notes (very interesting effect in gardenia, etc.) and in many types of modern fantasy fragrances.”

Botanical Name: Zingiber officinalis

Origin: China

Alcohol Soluble: Yes

Oil Soluble: Yes

Wholesale weights (all prices excluding vat): 100G = 105 Euros.