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post #12601 of 20287
I knew that this was the case with oakmoss.. but Surrender to Chance's newsletter today had the whole list included..
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
*List snagged from Perfume Smellin' Things and sized down because it makes me cry every time I look at it
- Ambrette seed oil, Angelica root oil, Bakul absolute, Basil absolute, Basil oil (estragole CT), Basil oil (holy), Basil oil (linalool CT), Bay oil (West Indian), Bergamot leaf oil, Bergamot peel oil (distilled), Betel leaf oil, Birch tar oil, Black tea tree oil, Boldo leaf oil, Broom absolute, Cabreuva oil, Cade oil, Calamus oil, Cananga oil, Cangerana oil, Cardamon oil, Carnation absolute, Carrot seed oil, Cascarilla oil, Cassia oil, Cassie absolute, Cinnamon bark oil, Cinnamon leaf oil, Cistus oil, Citronella oil, Clary sage oil, Clove oil, Costus oil, Cumin oil, Davana oil, Elecampane oil, Elemi oil, Fenugreek oil, Fig leaf absolute, Galangal oil, Geranium oil, Ginger oil, Ginger lily absolute, Grapefruit peel oil, Ho leaf oil, Honey myrtle oil, Horseradish oil, Horsemint oil, Huon pine oil, Hyssop oil, Jasmine grandiflorum absolute, Jasmine sambac absolute, Karo karoundé absolute, Laurel leaf oil, Lemon balm oil (Australian), Lemongrass oil, Lemon basil oil, Lemon leaf oil, Lemon myrtle oil, Lemon tea tree oil, Lemon peel oils, Lemon thyme oil, Lemon verbena oil, Lemon verbena absolute, Lime peel oil (expressed), Lovage leaf oil, Mace oil, Mandarin leaf oil, Marjoram oil (sweet), Massoia bark oil, May chang oil, Melissa oil, Mustard oil, Myrtle oil, Narcissus absolute, Nasturtium absolute, Nutmeg oil, Oakmoss absolute, Opoponax oil, Orange blossom oil, Orange blossom absolute, Orange leaf oil, Orange peel oil (bitter), Orange peel oil (sweet), Oregano oil
Palmarosa oil, Peppermint oil, Perilla oil, Peru balsam oil, Phoebe oil, Pimento berry oil, Pimento leaf oil, Pteronia oil, Rose absolute, Rose oil, Rue oil, Sandalwood oil, (Australian), Santolina oil, Sassafras oil, Savin oil, Savory oil (winter), Snakeroot oil, Spearmint oil, Spike lavender oil, Styrax oil, Sugandha oil, Taget oil, Taget absolute, Tarragon oil, Tea leaf absolute, Tejpat oil, Thyme oil (thymol CT), Tolu balsam extract, Treemoss absolute, Tuberose absolute, Vassoura oil, Violet leaf absolute, Wormseed oil, Ylang-ylang absolute, Ylang-ylang oils

At least Amouage can use rose oil (etc.) in their attars. smile.gif
post #12602 of 20287
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

I knew that this was the case with oakmoss.. but Surrender to Chance's newsletter today had the whole list included..
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
*List snagged from Perfume Smellin' Things and sized down because it makes me cry every time I look at it
- Ambrette seed oil, Angelica root oil, Bakul absolute, Basil absolute, Basil oil (estragole CT), Basil oil (holy), Basil oil (linalool CT), Bay oil (West Indian), Bergamot leaf oil, Bergamot peel oil (distilled), Betel leaf oil, Birch tar oil, Black tea tree oil, Boldo leaf oil, Broom absolute, Cabreuva oil, Cade oil, Calamus oil, Cananga oil, Cangerana oil, Cardamon oil, Carnation absolute, Carrot seed oil, Cascarilla oil, Cassia oil, Cassie absolute, Cinnamon bark oil, Cinnamon leaf oil, Cistus oil, Citronella oil, Clary sage oil, Clove oil, Costus oil, Cumin oil, Davana oil, Elecampane oil, Elemi oil, Fenugreek oil, Fig leaf absolute, Galangal oil, Geranium oil, Ginger oil, Ginger lily absolute, Grapefruit peel oil, Ho leaf oil, Honey myrtle oil, Horseradish oil, Horsemint oil, Huon pine oil, Hyssop oil, Jasmine grandiflorum absolute, Jasmine sambac absolute, Karo karoundé absolute, Laurel leaf oil, Lemon balm oil (Australian), Lemongrass oil, Lemon basil oil, Lemon leaf oil, Lemon myrtle oil, Lemon tea tree oil, Lemon peel oils, Lemon thyme oil, Lemon verbena oil, Lemon verbena absolute, Lime peel oil (expressed), Lovage leaf oil, Mace oil, Mandarin leaf oil, Marjoram oil (sweet), Massoia bark oil, May chang oil, Melissa oil, Mustard oil, Myrtle oil, Narcissus absolute, Nasturtium absolute, Nutmeg oil, Oakmoss absolute, Opoponax oil, Orange blossom oil, Orange blossom absolute, Orange leaf oil, Orange peel oil (bitter), Orange peel oil (sweet), Oregano oil
Palmarosa oil, Peppermint oil, Perilla oil, Peru balsam oil, Phoebe oil, Pimento berry oil, Pimento leaf oil, Pteronia oil, Rose absolute, Rose oil, Rue oil, Sandalwood oil, (Australian), Santolina oil, Sassafras oil, Savin oil, Savory oil (winter), Snakeroot oil, Spearmint oil, Spike lavender oil, Styrax oil, Sugandha oil, Taget oil, Taget absolute, Tarragon oil, Tea leaf absolute, Tejpat oil, Thyme oil (thymol CT), Tolu balsam extract, Treemoss absolute, Tuberose absolute, Vassoura oil, Violet leaf absolute, Wormseed oil, Ylang-ylang absolute, Ylang-ylang oils

At least Amouage can use rose oil (etc.) in their attars. smile.gif

Christ . . . crazy.gif
post #12603 of 20287
Thank God that there's an ever-increasing number of perfumers here in the U.S. and Japan.
post #12604 of 20287
This is so damn stupid, like the ban on regular light bulbs.

Serge Lutens lives in Morocco according to Wiki. Does any know whether his company is based in Morocco? That way he could use the listed ingredients.
post #12605 of 20287
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

This is so damn stupid, like the ban on regular light bulbs.
Serge Lutens lives in Morocco according to Wiki. Does any know whether his company is based in Morocco? That way he could use the listed ingredients.

Nope - his company is part of Shiseido (Japan) but they're more or less centered around the Palais Royale flagship in Paris. Even then, major producers are going to tend to be IFRA complaint regardless of locale - such as Lauder.

The other side of this is that the restricted materials are going to go away due to the lack of demand. If Chanel has been buying tons of oakmoss absolute, and now they're not - supplies will drop due to the lack of a market.

Now, this part is Conspiracy - but the IFRA is said to have the Big 7 as members (Givaudan, Symrise, IFF, et al) who make the synthetics. Supposedly this is a power grab by the Big 7 to take market share from the natural growers. I tend to believe it, considering the proliferation of captive aroma molecules they're making now. Then again I'm cynical about these things.
post #12606 of 20287
Right, Shiseido, I figure that they could trick a little by setting up subsidiary companies, but that probably gets too complex.
post #12607 of 20287
Thanks Thomas and b1os, that was interesting. Nice to get some background information once in a while.

Maître Parfumeur et Gantier - Santal Noble
post #12608 of 20287
Anybody have a partial or decant of Rose 31 or Royal Scottish Lavender they'd like to part with? Sorry if this is the wrong thread - looks like the split thread is kaput.
post #12609 of 20287
Took me a while to decide today, but I went with Secrete Datura.
post #12610 of 20287
Frédéric Malle - Musc Ravageur for me. Anyone who doesn't own it yet, CologneReview is hosting a split! Get your hands on some asap.
post #12611 of 20287
Tom Ford Grey Vetivier today. smells like dollar bills! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #12612 of 20287
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

Took me a while to decide today, but I went with Secrete Datura.

Daturas are all over San Francisco and homeless people often go into the emergency room because they make a tea out of the flowers to hallucinate, however there's a fine line between "therapeutic dose" and "toxic dose" . . .

They smell wonderful, though!

Today: Artemisia Ondine.
post #12613 of 20287
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

Daturas are all over San Francisco and homeless people often go into the emergency room because they make a tea out of the flowers to hallucinate, however there's a fine line between "therapeutic dose" and "toxic dose" . . .
They smell wonderful, though!
Today: Artemisia Ondine.

I knew daturas were hallucinogenic, but I didn't know people actually made tea out of them. There's three datura scents I wear fairly regularly: Secrete Datura, Datura Blanche, and Datura Noir (although I haven't worn Noir in a while). I'm a big fan of them all, even though they're very different.
post #12614 of 20287
For a long long time people have used it to stimulate senses actually. Better not do it though when you don't have a clue, it can get very dangerous. It's used as alternative treatment nowadays for some diseases with low dosage too, IIRC.
post #12615 of 20287
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Originally Posted by Xericx View Post

Tom Ford Grey Vetivier today. smells like dollar bills! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Which Tom Ford scent is supposed to smell like cocaine? Its not GV is it?
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