Orris Absolute is a popular ingredient in the fragrance industry, and it is in high demand by manufacturers of perfumes, colognes, and other scented products. Orris Absolute is derived from the root of the Iris germanica plant, and it is highly valued for its delicate floral aroma and fixative properties.

Synonyms: Orris Root Absolute, Iris Absolute, Iris Florentina Absolute

Botanical names: Iris germanica

Chemical composition: The primary components of Orris Absolute are irone, a ketone that gives it its characteristic powdery aroma, and myristic acid, a fatty acid that helps to stabilize the scent. Other important constituents include linalool, geraniol, and nerol.

Growing Locations: Iris germanica is native to the Mediterranean region, but it is now widely cultivated in Europe, North Africa, and Asia. The plant requires a well-drained soil and full sun, and it is typically harvested in the late summer or early fall.

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    Headquarters :France

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