A particularly advantageous production from renewable raw materials the Technical University of Dortmund deals in one of her last projects with the question how come the pine in the bottle? “.” Multi-step procedures obtained the special fragrance of pine resin of turpentine to Mono-terpenes finally. This fragrance can be found for example in Blenheim bouquet “from the brand of Penhaligon’s. This fragrance perfectly completes the entire composition in the base note with musk, black pepper and pine. A great classic fresh, warm and zitrisch. Oil of turpentine is required for the production of perfumes and is obtained from renewable resources. There are two recovery options: the resins: the oil of turpentine is produced from coniferous trees. To achieve a high yield at the pine.
Oil of turpentine and rosin are main part of the Harz mountains. This removes the bark of a pine, and attached a Gandel with a container, which allows the flow of resin. A by-product in Papermaking: Crushed plant stems are heated under high pressure and NOH, NS and NSO 4 provide the materials. The result is the oil of turpentine as a by-product. Then the oil of turpentine must be prepared yet. It is separated into its components.
Are its main components? -Pinene? -Pinene, limonene, camphene and 3-Caren. In the last step the fragrances are made different Mono-terpenes by certain steps of synthesis. Thus various olfactory directions arise, as for example Orange like, fresh and Lemony, Woody herb or floral rose-like. “In just a few steps a Sustainable perfume can be made therefore of pine, Blenheim bouquet” gives its wonderful fragrance. A different fragrance that of pine contains, is E.g. Jo Malone Wild Fig & Cassis “.” Perfume once scientifically via. Source: Technical University of Dortmund, technical Chemistry A, Emil-Figge-str.