Cassie absolute is a dark yellow, pale brown viscous liquid that is clear at room temperature. It has extremely warm, powdery-spicy odor, at the same time herbaceous and floral with a deep and very tenacious cinnamic-balsamic undertone.
It mixes well with bergamot, costus, mimosa, ylang absolute. It can also be easily blend with mixtures that contain Henna Flower Attar, Agleia flower absolute, Boronia absolute, and Jasmin grandiflorum absolute.
Cassie contains a wide range of ingredients such as anisaldehyde, benzoic acid, benzyl alcohol, butyric acid, coumarin, decyl aldehyde, eicosane, eugenol, farnesol, geraniol, hydroxyacetophenone, nerolidol, palmitic acid, salicylic acid, and terpineol.
The absolute of the flower is used in high-cost perfumes and lends a unique warm and wood-floral note. The bark of the plant is used for tanning and dying leather in combination with iron ores and salts.