Orbits are the result of a perfect balance …
Orbitone® softens other materials, appeases tensions between musk, woody and floral notes, and makes perfume blends light as clouds…
Since the early 1990s, “the transparent woody-ambery odor of Iso E Super has shaped and defined modern perfumery like hardly any other material,” writes the fragrance chemist Philip Kraft.
With Orbitone®, Takasago offers a sophisticated, surprisingly textured version of this indispensable molecule.
… between momentum and gravity.
In orb_ital, Patricia Choux has brilliantly used the balancing qualities of her star molecule to create a new fragrant planetary system. Violet and rhubarb; pepper, cedar and roast coffee; tobacco, smoke, and a whiff of struck match…
Of the many facets spinning around Orbitone® the perfumer has picked pepper as the main force of attraction. The spice’s cool-hot burn acts from top to base notes in orb_ital, exerting its pull on a creamy sandalwood compound, Takasago’s Hindinol®, anchored by sacred olibanum.
Wood In Orbit
Orbits are the result of a perfect balance between momentum and gravity.