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    Kindly let me know your thoughts on the below:

    • Coffee Extract or Coffee Absolute
    • Cedarwood Marrocco EO or Cedarwood TexasEO or Cedarwood Virginia EO
    • Jasmine Egypt Absolute or Jasmine Sambac Absolute
    • Rose Absolute or Rose EO



    Coffee Extract or Coffee Absolute
    They are both very good. During the course you used the extract. The absolute is solid and I add a little alcohol to it in order to make it liquid. The extract is liquid. Take the extract, you already know it.

    Cedarwood Morocco EO or Cedarwood Texas EO or Cedarwood Virginia EO
    Cedarwood Morocco is very oriental and aromatic, Texas is woody and rich, similar to the smell of pencils when you cut them.People generally prefer Texas over the Virginian, which is more dry and less rich. You would need both Moroccan and Texan.

    Jasmine Egypt Absolute or Jasmine Sambac Absolute
    Jasmine Egypt is the most beautiful of all Jasmines to me, but some women do not like it and find it too indolic. Those who are like that always like the Sambac, but many people like both. My advice is to take both.

    Rose Absolute or Rose EO
    Rose absolute is like squashed fresh petals while the essence is the pure spirit of Rose, and smells like dried roses.
    If you use Rose in a women perfume, specially if it is a custom one, then it is the absolute.
    In a men’s perfume, or when you want to use Rose as the essence of Love in the olfactory language, then use the essence.

    Jeffrey Paul

    Hi Margarita
    I agree with what Salaam says. And i just learned a why i liked Cedarwood Marco so much, it has an oriental feeling to it.
    As for Jasmine. It is something that i fell in love with and was entranced by… both are so amazing and have very specific properties to them. The jasmines are like your left and right hand, you need both and they balance each other out when used together.

    Rose… amazing.. i fell in love with the absolute because it totally transfixed me. And i started off with that once since rose is expensive… but there are uses for both separate and together.

    Any other oils that you are wondering about?


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