TONKA

Description

The tonka bean is the “almond” contained in the fruit of a South American tree, Dipteryx odorata. It grows wild in the Amazon and Orinoco Basins. The fruits reach maturity in the winter and begin to fall. They are gathered in the forest from February to April. A stone tool is used to break the fruit and collect the bean, which has a brown skin and ivory-colored flesh. In the past few years, tonka bean has been used as a food flavor. It can be grated directly on desserts or macerated in sauces and sweetened creams.

Extraits : Absolute

Origine : BRAZIL

certifications : KOSHER

Dipteryx odorata (Aubl.) Willd.
Absolute
BRAZIL
Code P00543838000
CAS TSCA 2236839
CAS EINECS 90028-06-1

Origin

The tonka bean is the “almond” contained in the fruit of a South American tree, Dipteryx odorata. It grows wild in the Amazon and Orinoco Basins. The fruits reach maturity in the winter and begin to fall. They are gathered in the forest from February to April. A stone tool is used to break the fruit and collect the bean, which has a brown skin and ivory-colored flesh. In the past few years, tonka bean has been used as a food flavor. It can be grated directly on desserts or macerated in sauces and sweetened creams.
The organic beans, native to Venezuela, are dried for a few weeks before being extracted by Biolandes in France.
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The organic beans, native to Venezuela, are dried for a few weeks before being extracted by Biolandes in France.

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Certifications
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Perfumery

Tonka bean absolute is used mainly in fine perfumery compositions, most often in ambery and fougère accords. It also harmonizes very well with leather, vanilla and tobacco notes. It can also add a natural “gourmand” effect in white flower accords like tuberose and frangipani.
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Tonka bean absolute is used mainly in fine perfumery compositions, most often in ambery and fougère accords. It also harmonizes very well with leather, vanilla and tobacco notes. It can also add a natural “gourmand” effect in white flower accords like tuberose and frangipani.
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Suggestions

Physeter macrocephalus

Extract
NEW CALEDONIA

Dipteryx odorata (Aubl.) Willd.

Absolute
BRAZIL
KOSHER

Vanilla planifolia Jacks. ex Andrews

Oleoresin
MADAGASCAR
KOSHER