Description and usage notes:
A superb freshening agent in any floral, it exalts citrus very well and of course is ideal where you need a Lilly of the Valley note that isn’t restricted by IFRA. Normally used at less than 1% of the concentrate except in Lilly of the Valley applications.
Recommended usage is 0.2-2% with tenacity of about one week on a smelling strip, this material also works well in burning applications such as candles and joss sticks.
Description from Givaudan: “Floral, Green, Muguet, Fresh, Powerful. Florhydral has a very floral, fresh, trendy, natural odour (such as lily-of-the-valley, hyacinth…). Its great intensity and pleasant quality make it useful in all areas of perfumery. Florhydral is also valuable in fragrances for laundry products where a fresh residual odour is desired. Florhydral gives naturalness together with aldehydes in citrus accords.”