Comparing Notes: High-impact Materials, Stability Issues and Achieving Signature
March 17, 2009
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In the right hands, some of the most interesting fragrance materials behave like chameleons, adapting from category to category, bringing variable hedonic and performative qualities to different applications. While they can’t always be spotted, these ingredients create surprising synergies in fragrance formulas. During a wide-ranging discussion at Symrise’s New York creative studio, consumer product perfumer Dirk Braun and household perfumer Gregory Weiss talk about their formulation techniques and favored materials.