Cedrat

Ce´drat

    (sē´drăt)
n.1.(Bot.) Properly the citron, a variety of Citrus medica, with large fruits, not acid, and having a high perfume.
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Recently, Jo Malone expanded its Cologne Intense, bringing the premium range to seven: Myrrh and Tonka, Orris and Sandalwood, Tuberose Angelica, Velvet Rose and Oud, Dark Amber and Ginger Lily, Incense and Cedrat, and Oud and Bergamot.
Noliac is collaborating with Cedrat Technologies on this project.
The Atelier Cologne range is available in four fragrances: Orange Sanguine which marries blood orange from Italy with jasmine from Egypt; Cedrat Enivrant, inspired by the French 75 cocktail, uses notes of Moroccan cedrat, mint from China and juniper berries from Macedonia; Grand Neroli, is characterised by warm vanilla from Madagascar, alongside Moroccan neroli and Persian galbanum; Pomelo Paradis, the range's signature scent combines pink pomelo from Florida, Bulgarian rose essence and vetiver from Haiti
Cedar is the name of the game for L'Occitane's Cedrat collection for men.
Altair expanding the electromagnetic and thermal simulation capabilities of its HyperWorks CAE portfolio has acquired Cedrat and its New York-based wholly-owned subsidiary, Magsoft.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 11, 2016-Altair Acquires French Engineering Software Firm Cedrat
SWITCH IT: Jo Malone Incense and Cedrat Cologne, PS105 (www.
Mimosa & Cardamom Cologne was created by master perfumer Marie Salamagne, who also created the recent Incense & Cedrat.
FluMin3 is a major R&D program supported by the Rhone-Alpes competitive cluster MINALOGIC in collaboration with CEDRAT TECHNOLOGIES and IMEP-LAHC, the Institute of Microelectronics Electromagnetism and Photonics, and Microwave and Characterization Laboratory.