anthoxanthum odoratum oil
From the dried upper part of the grass. Flouve Odorante, harvested during or after the inflorescence, an essential oil can be produced by steam distillation under certain circumstances. Flouve Oil is a light amber or pale orange yellow viscous oil of intensely sweet, coumarinic haylike and heavy herbaceous odor. In contrast to the absolute the oil has no mossy notes, but it has a certain fatty root like backnote reminiscent of elecampane and mimosa. but it presents part of the fragrance of a meadow with flowering herbs and grasses. It is used in perfumery in fougeres, chypres, new mown hay bases, oriental bases and ambers. It often accompanies chamomile, tansy, artemisia oils, galbanum and other essential oils in trace amounts to produce special effects and topnotes. tsca definition 2008: extractives and their physically modified derivatives. anthoxanthum odoratum, poaceae.
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