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code: 15152


Latin Binomial: Poaceae spp.
Plant Part: Aerial Part
Extraction: Absolute
Growing Practice: Wild
Country of Origin: France
Odor Type: GRASSY


Odor Characteristic: Odor is a powerful, quite sweet, coumarin-like and faintly herbaceous, with an undertone reminiscent of figs. It is used whenever a truly sweet herbaceous undertone is desired.

Appearance: dark amber-brown viscous liquid
CAS No: 8031-00-3

About the Plant

The various types of Hay absolute refers to the odor category 'new mown hay' and it is difficult to pin down the exact Latin binomial for the materials used. The Poaceae spp. covers a wide range of different grasses.
Perfumery Also called "foin coupe" and often used in fougere and chypre colognes, as well as with primary single note Lavender compositions as a perfume base.

The information provided on these pages is not a substitute for necessary medical care, nor intended as medical advice. Always keep aromatic extracts tightly closed and in a cool, dark place, out of reach of children. Never ingest aromatic extracts. Always dilute aromatic extracts when applying topically and avoid areas around eyes or mucous membranes. If redness or irritation occurs, stop using immediately and contact your health provider if necessary.