Apricot, sweet-tart fruit, traces of leather and tabac, sunlight and shadows… Yes, it’s costly. Rare and precious things are.
This new batch is a bit deeper than the Osmanthus I have experienced in prior years. Prior batches were light and fruity, definitely high top notes. This production is a bit deeper, perhaps a high heart note, with the traces of leather or tabac that I’ve been missing.
I have never seen ANYONE who could resist smiling when Osmanthus is in the air.
Rare and delightful. Do a search in a perfumery site and see the high end perfumes that include Osmanthus for its exotic, bright fruitlike note. We have a hard time keeping this luxury absolute in stock. (Commercial clients in Asia are ordering it in volumes that we can hardly meet. What do they know that we don’t know?)
Available undiluted or in this 10% Dilution in light, odorless Fractionated Coconut Oil.