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"A warm balsamic spice with a sweet, smooth, tobacco leaf character and dry woody, elegant leathery facets, offering an enhancing profile similar to isoeugenol"


As you probably know, isoeugenol and eugenol are pretty magical, with even traces able to transform compositions. And yet unlike isoeugenol and eugenol, Veraspice has no IFRA restrictions and doesn't cause discolouration. So how does one use it? An obvious way would be for spicy effects as above. Yet this is one of perhaps only ten materials in the perfumer's palette that can be used in almost any fragrance category.



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