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RUH CHAMELI (JASMINE) ATTAR


RUH CHAMELI (JASMINE) ATTAR

Jasminum Grandiflorum

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Paras Code: PAT11001

PART USED Flowers

EXTRACTION METHOD Traditional steam distillation in copper degs

ORIGIN India

ABSTRACT

Jasmine flowers, also popularly known as the King of Flowers, have an amazingly enchanting and seductive scent. Jasmine flowers are cultivated all across the world for its fragrance and aroma. In Indian subcontinent, Jasmine flowers are traditionally offered to Lord Vishnu during many Hindu religious ceremonies. The scent of chameli flowers is said to enhance meditation invoking a sense of sacredness and divinity.

The aroma of Chameli Attar is deep, floral, sultry and complex, with rich heart notes of sweet Jasmine and sandalwood. It is often used as a spiritual temple essence and sacred perfume. The indolic and animalic tones usually found in jasmine absolute are almost totally absent in the distilled attar. This attar captures more of the delicate fresh top notes reminiscent of the fragrance of open jasmine flowers.

This blend can be enjoyed as a superb single ingredient perfume in itself or can be added to elite florals, colognes, sacred perfumes, fruit accords, chypre and incense blends.

Difference between Chameli Ruh and Chameli Attar
In Chameli attar, the Jasmine flowers are distilled into sandalwood essential oil while the ruhs contain 100% pure oil extracted from the flower petals. We offer both Ruh Jasmine (Chameli) as well as Jasmine (Chameli) Attar.

AROMATIC PROFILE

Top Note: Ethereal, sweet, rich yet delicate floral notes
Heart Note: Complex, fruity, balsamic notes
Base Note: Complex, fruity, tea-like, balsamic notes
Classification: Top note or heart note
Tenacity: Moderate to high