Heliotropine

Balsamic, vanilla, almond, floral.

Origins

A synthetic product, heliotropine develops a velvety vanilla scent with floral tonalities.

Extraction Method

Heliotropine, also called piperonal, is a synthetic ingredient. It can also be otbained from vanilla.

Use

Heliotropine is used for vanilla or almond accords or to bring a balsamic character. The molecule also has powdery, floral tonalities evoking lilac, mimosa and more.

Story

Heliotropine was discovered in 1869 by Fittig and Mielk. Perfumers have been using it to build amber accords ever since.

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