10 reviews for Melonal Natural Isolate
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€40.00 – €237.90
Adam Michael has this to say “I want to start this write-up by stating I regard melonal natural isolate as a truly revolutionary material in the world of naturals, the possibilities this now provides to the perfumer are enhanced no end. For years I am told that no fresh air, ozonic, cold water aroma exists within naturals, well now I can say with certainty it absolutely does.
This melonal natural isolate on the smelling strip is initially very heady in its opening, bursting with watery melon, waxy, sea breeze and fruit qualities. The heart and base notes are entirely different, dominated by cold water, swimming pool and fresh air character. I really can’t emphasise strongly enough how impressive this fresh and watery concoction is, it’s beyond utterly sensational. For those who are big on synthetics you will be familiar with helional, melonal, floralozone, calone liquid and so on. Well, all of that freshness and lightness that effortlessly refreshes floral bouquets, that imparts volume into citrus and tropical fruit accords, is here in this natural material in absolute abundance. Within this material you also find the green nuances, the rainbow of fruity notes, the obvious distinct melon character throughout, but it is the fresh air and watery facets that keep giving and that are just so mouth wateringly delicious.
Very potent material, a little goes a very long way, one drop on the smelling strip will saturate the air for several hours and the aroma will still be detectable 2 days later.
Clear in colour, of a pourable viscosity, works very well with green notes, brilliant for creating marine notes, melon bases, tropical fruit accords, pairs especially well with cucumber liquid, aldehydes and generally is a material that can take modern accords in very interesting natural directions.”
Produced from litsea cubeba essential oil.
Wholesale weights (all prices excluding vat): 100G = 195 Euros.
Ana Grobler (verified owner) –
This is exactly like described above. Impressive, how fresh this smells. It’s a must sniff 🙂 Also very long lasting, strong, overpowering (in its special fresh-air-cold breeze way); one drop makes you feel like you are in a room full of freshly sliced watermelons. It’s awesome, really!
apostolos_ch (verified owner) –
This material is reminiscent of watermelon for sure and yes maybe fresh, It did not come across too much as fruity though, It was a little more grassy towards cis-3-hexanol side that I did not expect. Definitely worth product though.
Robert (verified owner) –
Strong stuff! Amazing what this can do to a blend, it just carries everything and keeps on going like a never ending ocean summer breeze lifting everything right up. I diluted it to 1% and found it was still too powerful to work with at times easily dominating. It reminds me of the green melon liqueur drink midori
Yuliya Y (verified owner) –
I’d say it is short living, but highly impressive top note. The impression is that air is filled with vibes of slices watermelon or cucumber. Lifts up any composition.
S C (verified owner) –
Wonderfully fresh and watermelon-like. It is also very powerful and long lasting.
joseph1 (verified owner) –
Everything you want in a watermelon note is here. Look no further. Period.
Dario (verified owner) –
Mmmm, very interesting material. It has a natural “airy-ness”, incredible since I’ve not experienced this kind of feel neither in many ozonic aromachemicals. It smells of clean, open, cool, mountain air. Not so obviously watermelon to me. Highly recommended for a try.
Charalambos Charalambous (verified owner) –
Great oil that actually apart from a slight strong hit you get at first it actually smells fresh cut watermelon..so amazing and great for any tropical blend especially now that is summer..Great stuff !!
Ccfabre (verified owner) –
Genuine water melon scent. however, not easy to use/blend, at least for me. also, i was under the impression that isolate do not have an expiry date, except a theoretical one, as by definition they are isolates ! However, this batch coming close to its marked expiry date, I did notice kind of a rancid smell. Not sure about the rational behind that….
Spencer R (verified owner) –
The description is on point – I cannot believe how beautifully crisp and fresh this is – it literally smells exactly like fresh watermelon rind. I plan to use this in several accords – cold-aquatic, fresh air, and something clean-fruity. This isolate doesn’t exactly smell fruity itself, but would be a must for building a clean-fruit or melon accord. Amazing!