Description of 2 Tridecanone

2-Tridecanone is an aromatic component that can be obtained from the leaves of the Zanthoxylum alatum plant, also known as the "winged prickly ash" or "rattan pepper." It is also naturally occurring in a variety of products including cheese, coconut, cooked meats, and orange peels. This synthetic counterpart provides a "fatty" flavor that is commonly found within dairy profiles; this becomes especially appealing when paired with meat or coconut flavors. In fragrance, 2-Tridecanone provides a milky, herbaceous, somewhat spicy aroma with moderate potency and tenacity.

Aroma & Flavor of 2 Tridecanone

Fatty, milky, herbaceous, and slightly spicy.





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