Country of Origin
Color & Odor
|:||Yellow to brown viscous liquid with Fresh Metallic Nutty Balsamic Floral odor|
|:||Soluble in alcohol & oil, insoluble in water|
|:||0.9541 – 0.9678 @ 25°C.|
|:||1.4768 – 1.4775 @ 20°C.|
Plant Part Used
DESCRIPTION:Osmanthus Attar is derived from Osmanthus, which is a Chinese flower and presently cultivated in Himalayan region of India. It is used as a constituent that helps in providing true smell of Osmanthus in Paraffin and Sandalwood Oil.
CONSTITUENTS:Cis- & trans-oxides of Linalol, Gamma-decanolide, Beta ionone
BLENDS WITH:Sandalwood Oil, Angelica, champaca, davana, and vetiver attars.
COMMON NAMES:Osmanthus Attar.
USES:Blending well with Sandalwood oil and all attars, Osmanthus Attar mainly finds usage as a constituent that helps in providing true smell of Osmanthus in Paraffin as well as Sandalwood Oil. Further, it is also used in the preparation of perfumes.