Fragrances can evoke a world of emotions. Our aroma ingredients and aroma chemicals are developed to offer distinctive fragrances with long lasting freshness.
Perfumers around the world are constantly innovating to meet consumer expectations in personal care products, household care products, fine fragrances and many more. By achieving a desired fragrance, people start associating themselves with those fragrances. They create identities.
Vanillin is the foundation to countless perfume creations. CFS uses patented, clean method of manufacturing Vanesse (vanillin). With a progressive approach towards product quality, we produce vanillin with the most desired, sweetest and creamiest olfactory notes one could wish for. We are a reliable partner to our customers in helping them attain their creative expression, consistently. Vanesse produced through the Catechol-Guaiacol route is one of the most favored routes of synthesis. Today, worldwide acceptance of our vanillin is a proof of the trust earned, making us one of the world's leading producers.
Ethyl Vanillin or EVANIL as it is known, is three times more potent than vanillin and offers a more concentrated aroma profile. This offers an added advantage to fragrance applications, giving it the desired aromatic notes.
Vetigreen scent is a harmonious way of refreshing your home through its wide fragrance applications in air fresheners, household care solutions, personal care products, male toiletries etc. It's a more universally accepted and longer lasting scent compared to a flower.
Characteristic, rich, woody, vetiver, earthy type with strong, green/herbal mossy background
Vetigreen, an aromatic chemical, can be used where vetiver, earthy, mossy, herbal green notes are required. This specialty is used in fine fragrances, oriental perfumes, specialty soaps, cosmetics, deodorants and household products. The usage could be 5% or more.
Vetigreen can also partly replace Vetiver oil, Patchouli, Oak moss, Tree moss etc.
Green notes are fresh and lively. They are used to make a fragrance feel crisp and sharp. Green notes very often include green leaves, tea leaves, the essence of freshly cut grass and even some marine plants. Green notes are most commonly used in sporty fragrances and summertime editions of popular perfumes.
Intense Green is used in herbal, hyacinth, newmon hay, pine needle, floral and woody type perfumes at levels up to five percent. It is also used in traces in fruity, nutty and vanilla types flavors.
It can also be used in personal care products with antiseptic and medicinal properties.
Intense green, herbaceous, anise ethery, nutry note
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IUPAC Name: Benzene-1,2-diol
Synonym: Pyrocatechol 1,2-Benzenediol, 2-Hydroxyphenol, 1,2-Dihydroxybenzene, o-Benzenediol, o-Dihydroxybenzene
CAS no :120-80-9
EEC no :204-427-5
Molecular Formula: C6H6O2
Molecular Weight: 110.11g/mol
Catechol, also known as pyrocatechol or 1,2-dihydroxybenzene, is an organic compound with the molecular formula C6H4(OH)2. It is the ortho isomer of the three isomeric benzenediols. Catechol is available as flakes and 85% solution in solvents. It is produced industrially by the hydroxylation of phenol using hydrogen peroxide.
C6H5OH + H2O2 → C6H4(OH)2 + H2O
- Used largely in the production of pesticides
-Used as a precursor to fine chemicals such as perfumes and pharmaceuticals.
- Several flavours and fragrances are prepared starting from catechol.
- Piperonal, a flowery scent, is prepared from the methylene diether of catechol
- Vanillin, a flavour and fragrance component is synthetically produced using Catechol. CFS uses environment-friendly process to manufacture it. Vanillin produced through this route is safe for food applications.
- Used in production of ethylvanillin, a component of chocolate confectioneries.
- Used for replacing sandalwood oil
- Guaiacol is prepared by methylation of catechol
Chemical Name: 1,2-Dimethoxybenzene
Synonym: Pyrocatechol dimethyl ether ortho-Dimethoxybenzene
Cas no.: 91-16-7
Molecular Formula: C8H10O2
Molecular Weight:138.16 g/mol
Veratrole is a clear colourless liquid (above 22°C). Veratrole is manufactured in industry by methylation of pyrocatechol and used as a precursor for the synthesis of active pharmaceutical ingredients, flavouring agents and perfumery products.
Used as a building block for various chemical compounds, some of it are as follows:
Agrochemical: Used in the synthesis of fungicide Dimethomorph.
Flavours & Fragrances: Used in the synthesis of flavours and fragrances such as Veratraldehyde, 4-Ethyl veratrole and 4-Propenyl veratrole etc.
Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients: Intermediates prepared from Veratrole are used in the synthesis of various active pharmaceutical ingredients such as Verapamil, Mebevarine, Papevarine, Donepezil & Itopride etc.
1,4-Dimethoxybenzene (PDMB) is obtained from hydroquinone and is a solid crystalline mass, white in colour with pleasant sweet odour. It is used in synthesis of the active pharmaceutical ingredient Medodrine. It is manufactured industrially by the methylation of hydroquinone.
Used in industry as an intermediate for fine chemical synthesis or an ingredient in the formulation of perfumes, cosmetics, personal care products, detergents (washing and cleaning products) and flavouring agents.
Used in dyes (yellow pigment).
Used as a weathering agent in paints and dyes