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Copal - Colombia Colombian copal (amber) is a type of resin produced from plant sap from tropical legume and araucarian trees.

Patchouli blossoms

Golden Wattle - Acacia pycnantha - also known as 'mimosa' in perfumery.

Mimosa: the tree that is called “mimosa” in the northeastern United States, with its pink powder-puff flowers, is not the mimosa that shows up in perfume. The mimosas used in perfumery are the trees of the acacia genus, a different type altogether, with feathery leaves and clusters of yellow flowers that look like little pom-poms.

Absinth Flower: Absinth Wormwood is an 'escaped ornamental' - a perennial herb with a strong sage fragrance

Civet: the African civet cat looks like a fox, and is related to the mongoose. Civet musk is produced by a gland at the base of the cat’s tail. Pure civet is said to have a strong, disagreeable odor, but in small quantities to add depth and warmth to a fragrance. In addition, civet acts as an excellent fixative. Most modern fragrances use synthetic substitutes.

Choya Nakh: a smoky aroma made from roasted seashells.

Champaca: a flowering tree of the magnolia family, originally found in India, also called the “Joy Perfume tree” as it was one of the main floral ingredients in that perfume. Traditionally used in Indian incense as well

Benzoin: A balsamic resin obtained from certain tropical Asian trees of the genus Styrax and used in perfumery and medicine. Also called benjamin, gum benjamin, gum benzoin

Labdanum: A type of rock rose, a base note and excellent fixative for perfume that's literally as old as the Pyramids. Often used now in place of sweet earthy ambergris, from the sperm whale.

Ginger plant

[ Info: Cardamom ] Cardamom is known for its unique flavor and aroma which can be described as smoky, floral, citrus and sweet ALL AT THE SAME TIME! ~ from Monterey Bay Spice Co archives