This essential oil from the seeds of the plant is very similar to the one extracted from the roots.
The sweetness of Angelica is understood when it is highly diluted. Otherwise the smell is powerful, green, with a strong characteristic effect in perfumes like Galbanum has.
The scent of the essential oil seems to vibrate under the nose. It is a strong head note that carry on being equally resilient as heart note and end note.
The aroma of Angelica is robust as the plant itself is, with tough roots, huge leaves and large flowers. It is said to be a key to the world of vision and true dream.
Angelica blends very nicely with citruses, Lavender and fresh aromas in compositions such as colognes, after-showers and aftershaves.
AbdesSalaam Attar, Composer Perfumer