Tuberose impresses : heady and sometimes exhilarating, its intensity is undeniable. Here, we find it gracefully green, floral and honeyed, evoking mandarin and lily. Then the floral note buries us under a wave of unctuousness : powdery and balmy, almost milky. Once the wave has passed, the ensemble calms down and finds harmony around a finely animalic axis, a bewitching and persistent musky signature.
Ylang / Jasmine / Neroli for white flower accord. Persistent in the background for a musky effect.
• “Fougère Emeraude” – Les indémodables parfums
A 21st century fern with the sophistication of custom-made pieces, like those created by the best Haute Couture craftsmen
• “Poison” – Dior
Need to extrovert, to surpass oneself while being serene in case of stage fright. Proud, assumed and bewitching while being straight in her boots. Could be the ‘wife’ of the Noble Laurel.
Proud, Extrovert, Assertive
• Allows you to open up to others
• Lack of self-confidence
Tips for use
• a few drops on a ceramic pebble to place in a closet or a living room
• on a wet cloth, let it infuse, inhale deeply several times a day
For more details and to know if an oil is right for you and the best use for you, do not hesitate to contact an olfactotherapist.
Our experts are currently studying (practical and technical analysis) this extract and we will soon be able to give you more information.
instructions for use
For your safety and that of your loved ones, consider consulting a professional aromatherapist.
FEMA Number : 3084
*The FEMA number is an international food safety number. It is essential to be able to use them in food, without it, you are not allowed to consume them. Le Sourceur rejects any responsibility in case of non respect of these rules. Our alcoholates are also very concentrated in alcohol, it seems that they are ideal to use to create syrups, cocktails or any dish to be eaten cold, especially desserts. On the other hand and after many tests, their flash point seems too low to be of any interest in a hot dish. Be careful with their use in the kitchen, too much of them can be dangerous. If in doubt, contact a specialist.
We recommend the Tuberose alcoholate for a small perfumed touch, but use it sparingly or risk tasting your dish several times before enjoying it. Also be careful with its alcohol content, especially for children. However, it should be noted that the alcohol is food grade.
Some ideas of recipes in which to integrate our Spirit of Tuberose :
• Do you have any recipe ideas for us ? On your tests and ready to go!
Type of culture : Traditional culture
Harvest : July – August and October – November
Extraction method : Cold washing (ethyl alcohol) of the concrete then filtration
Production capacity : 15 kg per year
Type of product : Tuberose alcoholate 94% vol. alcohol
Alcohol used : Sugar beet alcohol at 96°c
• Light yellow
• Heady scent
• Mobile liquid appearance
• Density : 0.800 – 0.825
• Flash point : 17 °C
• Benzyl benzoate
CAS registry Number : 8024-05-03
Batch Number : PTA/IND/GAZ/0419
Shelf Life : 31/10/2024
Alcoholates are sensitive to UV radiation and to the progressive evaporation of their constituents. It is therefore imperative to keep them in a colored glass or aluminum bottle with a tight seal at a temperature between 5°C and 40°C.
Before any use of the alcoholates, it is imperative to read the precautions for use.
Highly flammable liquid and vapour / Causes serious eye irritation / Keep away from heat, hot surfaces, sparks, open flames and other ignition sources. No smoking / Avoid release to the environment / Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection / IF ON SKIN (or hair) : Take off immediately all contaminated clothing. Rinse skin with water [or shower] / IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing / Keep out of reach of children / Do not use on pregnant or nursing women and children under 6 years of age.
The information provided on the Le Sourceur site is intended to be informative. They are derived from laboratory research and books published by health professionals but can in no way replace a doctor’s prescription. Le Sourceur declines all responsibility for self-medication.
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Les indémodables Parfums
Adrien Blanc, perfumer in Spain, for his perfume expertise
Aurore Jouan, olfactotherapist from Nantes, for her expertise in olfactotherapy