Olfactive note: A sweet taste and characteristic of anise-like color
Perfumery Usage: Used in a wide variety of flavors and fragrances
Olfactive note: A refreshing lemon-citrus odor.
Perfumery Usage: Used in a wide variety of lemon and bergamot flavor and fragrance compositions such as soap fragrances, detergents and fabric softeners for stability. It is also used as a supporting note in citrus and lime-type perfumes
Olfactive note: Providing a fresh floral odor which may be reminiscent of rose or lavender. Can be distinguished by a fruit-like topnote or undertones of rose, muguet, hyacinth, green with honey and lilac.
Perfumery Usage: Used extensively in perfumes as a fresh floral component, and used sparingly in citrus and berry flavors. Commonly used directly in soaps and detergents, and also in fragrance compounds requiring a sweet, floral-rose type odor. Gives depth and strength to functional products. It can be used in flavor applications.
Olfactive note: Offers the potential for combinations including floral-fruit, rose, lavendar and orris for a fruity musky character reminiscent of pear and geranium.
Perfumery Usage: Used in floral and citrus-type perfumes and in various fruit flavor compositions.
Olfactive note: Can be citrusy in character offering a lemon odor with a slightly bitter, citrus-like taste, or spicy with a pleasantly herbaceous, peppery, woody odor intended for use in fragrances.
Perfumery Usage: It is used in a wide variety of flavor and fragrance compositions, as well as extensions of citrus oils. Also used in soaps, shampoos, body lotions and cleaners. As a flavor it is used in applications such as mints, spices and fruity citrus.
Olfactive note: A refreshingly cool, minty odor and taste.
Perfumery Usage: Used extensively in flavor oils such as spearmint, but is also used in spice and floral fragrances.
Olfactive note: A very fresh and clean note. Can be eminiscent lime and lavender with a hint of pine needles.
Perfumery Usage: Can be used with citrus and herbal accords to boost freshness and complexity.