Description and usage notes:
Fleuranil is an interesting material, anisic but also one of few materials that gives a sense of salt and ozone, making it useful for marine accords as well as more herbal types. For a more defininate note of anise and basil, consider Toscanol or for a softer, watery anise note try Canthoxal, or use a combination of these for more realism. Fleuranil remains detectable for several days on a smelling strip, remaining fresh and anisic throughout.
Description from IFF: “Gives fresh, floral, ozone, salted, basillic herbal notes with good diffusion”
Arcadi Boix Camps describes Fleuranil as “a very unusual nitrile with impressive marine notes. Its accords with Rose Oxide, Calone, Maritima, Methyl Decanile, Floradile and Leguminale are fantastic. This chemical’s fresh marine note also combines very well with green violet nitriles, such as Parmanyl, in addition to new anise chemicals such as Toscanol.”