Nerol Natural Isolate

Adam Michael has this to say “Nerol owes its name to neroli, from which it was first isolated, although its scent is not really neroli-related. It is instead a very graceful fresh rose petals scent, and not a loud one. Nerol and even more so this Nerol Natural Isolate is more of an understated yet elegant nature, with its lovely refined rosy floral and pink magnolia notes, and the added bonus of relatively good tenacity. It is a simple and reliable light pink scent, -think of a ballerina’s tutu, and airy soft feathers- uncomplicated yet never cloying, never trivial or cheap, which really makes it the ideal supporting note for building bright floral accords. Nerol doesn’t unfold layer after layer like a floral absolute would, but exactly for this reason is an excellent core of the composition, imparting a sense of calmness with its discreet presence as the other notes dance in and out.”

Arctander has this to say “This alcohol is widely and frequently used in perfumery, but not nearly in the volumes of Geraniol and Citronellol. It lends a fresh- ness to a rose base which cannot be obtained with the two other alcohols. But it also finds use in a variety of sweet-floral fragrance types Mimosa, Magnolia, Lilac, Neroli, Alpine, Violet, Jasmin, etc. or in Citrus colognes, Muguet, Orchid, etc. its effect is perceptible often at one or two percent in the composition.”

Extracted from Monarde aka Red Bergamot essential oil.

Wholesale weights (all prices excluding vat): 100G = 70 Euros.