Motia Attar

Motia Attar


Botanical Name Jasmine Sambac
Country of Origin India
Solubility Alcohol soluble
Specific Gravity 0.9350 to 0.9550
Optical Rotation 0.63000 - 0.65800
Refrective Index 1.3765 to 1.3925
Plant Part Flowers
Bland With Benzyl acetate, cassia, clove, coumarin and terpineol.
CAS No 8001 – 88 - 5
Flash Point 170 °C
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
History Motia ittar was the favourite perfume of the Nizams of the Hyderabad state.
Color Aroma of Deep Forests of Lower Himalaya Region
Aroma Heady and exotic, sweet, voluptuous, and spicy.
Constituents Jasmine sambac, pure sandalwood oil.

Description : The Motia Attar offered by us is obtained through the process of steam distillation or water distillation from the plant Cymbopogon Martini, varietas motia. Exclusively extracted from plants found in South Asia and in the islands of the Indian Ocean, the Motia Attar has a pronounced floral fragrance and is much in demand in the perfumery industry.

Uses : The Motia Attar finds usage in the cosmetic industry for scenting soaps. It is also used in the tobacco industry for flavouring tobacco. Moreover, the sharp and sweet smell of this attar makes it to be used as end note or top note in the production of different perfumes.

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