Since it was a first released Iso E Super, a molecule discovered in 1972, has been one of the best-selling fragrance raw materials due to its powerful yet silky smooth, warm, amber note.
This characteristic note has been used to impart fullness and subtle strenght to countless fragrances on the market today.
In 2006, thanks to perfumer Geza Schoen’s ingenious approach to contemporary perfumery, the raw material suddenly became a household name among the fragrance community.
The idea to let this alluring raw material be commercially available as a single-ingredient scent has become an unprecedented success all over the world.
In 2014, a new and evolved version of Iso E Super appeared, as part of a sustainability initiative. This new molecule is now known as Timbersilk™. Monoscent E is a denatured alcohol solution of this renewed smooth, woody amber scent, which is Ifra compliant at a much higher concentration than Iso E Super, while retaining its sustainability.