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Tobacco Leaf Fragrance Oil

Rich, deep and pungent wood chippings with touches of sweet tobacco leaf, vetivert and spice.

Tobacco Leaf Fragrance Oil
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A bitter-sweet aroma, reminiscent of wood chippings and cigar with spicy undertones.  It is a rich, warm aroma that lends a dry, woody base note to perfume blends.  It is perfect balancing very cloying, sweet, heady notes.

Please note that this fragrance has recently been reformulated to remove allergens that have recently been banned as of August 2019 (in this case Oakmoss).  Fresholi strongly advises testing to ensure it is compatible with current formulations.

European Commission update on the following allergens for cosmetics effective August 23rd 2019:

HICC (CAS No. 51414-25-6/ 31906-04-4)
Atranol (CAS No. 526-37-4)
Chloroatranol (CAS No. 57074-21-2)

Additional Notes:

Tobacco Leaf is part of a range of single note (synthetic) fragrances that can be blended with other notes from the range, with essential oils or to customise fragrances.  The range includes scents that are used extensively in fine perfumery but their rarity and expense may often make them unfeasible to use in blends in their natural form.

Please note that usage rates will depend on individual formulations/blends.  Please consult your safety assessment (where applicable).  MSDS and allergen declarations can be located here... You are advised to test sampling to check suitability in individual formulations before up-scaling. We would welcome any feedback and experience and would most certainly appreciate your reviews.








Customer Reviews:

andoy  (Tuesday, 09 December 2014)
Rating: 5
I've never been a fan of smoking and even less so of cigars, but there is something really alluring about the scent of tobacco leaf. This really does
smell quite authentic and it would go nicely with both woody and florals. Adding smokey element to Sandalwood (similar to Mysore) and sophisticated
depth to Jasmin or Ylang Ylang.


Fireweed  (Friday, 14 November 2014)
Rating: 5
Smells like tobacco but not like cigarettes... more vintage, like what an old pipe shop must have smelled like in the olden days. A little goes a long
way and it seems to go well with Sandalwood or Patchouli.



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