Description of Almond Oil Bitter
Bitter Almond, unlike its sweeter counterpart, is cold pressed for the seed of the Prunus Armeniaca apricot plant and can impart an intensely gourmand aroma to fine fragrances. Sweet and woody, with notes of cherry and fruit, this oil can instantly add an intense richness to any product in which strong almond flavors are needed, primarily tobacco. In fragrance, Almond Oil Bitter is often used alongside aromas such as coconut and vanilla, as well as fruitier ingredients like peach and pink grapefruit.
Aroma & Flavor of Almond Oil Bitter
Oily and creamy, with a complex balance of sweet and bitter notes. Strongly reminiscent of cherry, with additional fruity and woody notes.
Botanical Name of Almond Oil Bitter
Appearance of Almond Oil Bitter
EXTRACTION method of Almond Oil Bitter
Principle Constituents of Almond Oil Bitter
Refractive Index of Almond Oil Bitter
1.5410 - 1.5460 @ 20C
Specific Gravity of Almond Oil Bitter
1.0400 - 1.0500 @ 25C
Harvest Schedule of Almond Oil Bitter
3 MONTHS OF THE YEAR