JASMINE SAMBAC

Description

Jasminum sambac is the second most common variety of cultivated jasmine in India. It also grows in China, where its flowers are used to make scented teas. In India the flowers are grown in Tamil Nadu, where the fields are in bloom from spring through the end of summer.

Extraits : Absolute

Origine : INDIA

certifications : KOSHER

Jasminum sambac (L.) Aiton
Absolute
INDIA
Code F1551
CAS TSCA 1034798-23-6
CAS EINECS 91770-14-8

Origin

Jasminum sambac is the second most common variety of cultivated jasmine in India. It also grows in China, where its flowers are used to make scented teas. In India the flowers are grown in Tamil Nadu, where the fields are in bloom from spring through the end of summer.
We make our jasmine sambac absolutes using concretes sourced from producers in India and Egypt.
Flower

Technical
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We make our jasmine sambac absolutes using concretes sourced from producers in India and Egypt.

Technical
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Certifications
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Allergens
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IFRA
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Purity & origin
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Perfumery

In fine perfumery and cosmetics, it is the fruitiest ingredient of the jasmine family. Jasmine sambac provides a marvelous, opulent floral odor with nuances of green grass and banana in the top notes. It also has a flowery impact on the heart note with hints of warmth and beeswax. It has a long-lasting effect and combines well with musks and other floral ingredients in oriental accords.
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In fine perfumery and cosmetics, it is the fruitiest ingredient of the jasmine family. Jasmine sambac provides a marvelous, opulent floral odor with nuances of green grass and banana in the top notes. It also has a flowery impact on the heart note with hints of warmth and beeswax. It has a long-lasting effect and combines well with musks and other floral ingredients in oriental accords.
JAN FEV MAR AVR MAI JUIN JUI AOU SEP OCT NOV DEC

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Extract
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KOSHER

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Essential oil
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KOSHER

Cinnamomum verum J.Presl

Absolute
MADAGASCAR