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Rose Absolute (TURKEY)

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

Adam Michael has this to say “The top note of this Turkish rose absolute exudes a joyous diffusive rose-honey note with immensely deep rose character in the heart and beautiful rose warmth within the base notes. This absolute is grown in Isparta, also known as the Rose District and located in the south west part of Anatolia.

Rose red in colour, of a pourable viscosity and essential for building rose bases, improving rosy florals, carnation bases, developing oriental bases, fougere, chypre etc. Also provides interesting effects within spice notes and blends especially well with most jasmine materials.”

Botanical Name: Rosa damascena

Origin: Turkey

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2 reviews for Rose Absolute (TURKEY)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    opollock14 (verified owner)

    This Turkish Rose absolute disappeared in my blends too quickly! Turkish Damask rose is the closest by scent to that unforgettable scent of summer rose garden, which is so difficult to repeat in perfume. Green and fresh, rosy and spicy, dewy and subtly sweet. Have you ever tried to nibble damask rose petal standing there in the rose garden? This is exactly it. The scent of Turkush rose absolute is all over you – in you nose, and mouth, and in your head, and in your soul.
    Watching Golden red drop slowly swelling out and forming into shape before falling into the vial is mesmerising. Not too slow, not too quick, just perfect).

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    farman1979 (verified owner)

    Love it. It goes quite nicely with ouds and rose ottos, tuberose and gardenia absolutes, oth of which quite stunning too.

    It has the sweetness – a typical feature with all rose absolutes I have tried from various regions (referring to Rosa damascena only). The spicy and green top note is not common thing in rose absolutes. So it goes really nicely simply with rose ottos, especially if you want to enjoy a more complete rose in an intense form for a longer time. In other words, imho, if you want to make an all natural rose attar/perfume that is dark and more sophisticated, this is worth trying.

    It can be quite dark too – especially if you add some birch tar, along with your typical rose otto and Indian oud combination. The possibilities are endless.

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