Feel the cashmere glow! Sweet and salty, strong and soft, smooth and sharp. That cashmere feeling …in your arms: awesome, gorgeous, skinsey …at the same time duro galore: Rough, tough, flinty. The Kashmiri cachet: No matter how it began, everything ends in perfume!
Cashmeran, popularly know as 'Cashmere wood', is a unique non-aromatic polycyclic odorant, combining a floral-fruity musk character with a coniferous woody note in perfect balance ('Scent and Chemistry – The Molecular World of Odors', Verlag Helvetica Chimica Acta/Wiley-VCH, 2012, p. 361). Despite the name, perfumers often pull it out of their organ when sensuality is to be played a bit rougher. Thus, it is often associated with a supernatural sort of skin; soft yet sweaty. Just like popcorn, Cashmeran may be enjoyed either way: salty or sweet. Overdoses of around 25% Cashmeran were for instance used by Maurice Roucel in ‘Dans Tes Bras’ (Frederic Malle, 2008) in a salty connection, and by Alessandro Gualtieri in ‘Duro’ (Nasomatto, 2007) in a sweet-spicey almost woody-gourmand context. With its enigmatic woody-musky animality, Cashmeran is besides a key ingredient of trendy agarwood/oudh accords.
The dimensions of the Cashmeran pendant are ca. 3.2 cm × 2.8 cm × 1.5 cm, and the hole for the necklace (not included) has a diameter of ca. 3.5 mm. It thus fits easily to a great variety of necklaces but looks especially stunning on gold or rose gold plated Thomas Sabo Charm Club 'Glam & Soul' necklaces, www.thomassabo.com.
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