The March issue of my Ingredients List is now online and the list now features some 300 materials, both natural and synthetic, with some very exciting new additions and a spectacular price reduction on one material thanks to some help from a friend in the US.
There are two versions of the list on the website and both can be downloaded or printed for easier reading as well as browsed directly on the site itself. The first features descriptions of the odours and uses of the materials both from their manufacturers and from me. I’m expanding this aspect all the time and there are new write-ups included since the last release in January.
But if you just want to compare prices with other ingredient suppliers you’ll appreciate the second list more – it’s just product names, CAS numbers and prices presented in tabular form:
Among the new additions you’ll find several new naturals such as labdanum absolute, orange flower absolute and violet leaf absolute – all among my favourite ingredients to use, though not cheap I’m afraid.
Speaking of cheap, that big reduction is for Centifolether – down from £52 for 100ml to just £22. Also very good value is a new musk I’m offering for the first time that you don’t see about much called Zenolide: it’s a great material, as good as some of it’s better known brothers yet almost as cheap as Ethylene Brassylate so you can use it freely. £17 for 100ml.
But if you want to find out what all the other new things are, you’ll just have to take a look at the lists 🙂