An aroma compound first synthesised in the 1960s by a chemist seeking to reproduce the intoxicating fragrance of blooming jasmine. First applied to modern perfumery in 1966 by the legendary Edmond Roudnitska for Christian Dior's classic Eau Sauvage. See also: Aqua di Gio by Giorgio Armani and cK One by Calvin Klein.
Scent Profile: All the of vividness of jasmine without the headiness. Fresh, floral, sweet, clean and diffusive.
Found In: Christian Dior, Eau Sauvage (1966).