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- adj. Of or pertaining to the terpenes
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All essential oils or essences can be divided into three classes: (i) terpenic (ii) oxygenated and (iii) sulphurized.
Water is a chemical, alcohol is a chemical; hazelnut oil—which presumably makes up a sizable fraction of "hazelnut nectar"—contains fatty acids, triacylglycerides, waxes, sterols, methyl-sterols, terpenic and aliphatic alcohols, tocopherols, tocotrienols and hydrocarbons composition here.
Well, try Cherry Blossom, Osmanthus and Alaia flower – the last is one I have ever heard of being used in a perfume, and the note description on DSH perfumes is as follows: “A very unusual Chinese flower note with a bright terpenic / lemony hit in the top note mixed with cured fruit, green apple and an earthy musky feel in the drydown.”
KREPINSKY, J. and HEROUT, V. (1962) Isolation of terpenic compounds from Solidago canadensis L. Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences,