Description of Birch Tar Crude

A viscous aromatic product heavily used within the masculine fragrance industry, Birch Tar Crude is a brownish yellow liquid that remains popular among perfumers almost everywhere. The tar's odor is extremely powerful and phenolic, with a leather-like quality and sweet oily undertones. Soluble in most perfumes, birch tar is commonly used alongside other phenol ingredients such as patchouli, vetiver, and thyme. This masculine odor can impart a "rough," leathery quality to fragrance products such as aftershaves, body lotions, and colognes.

Aroma & Flavor of Birch Tar Crude

Extremely potent phenolic odor, with a masculine leather-like quality. Birch Tar Crude is not used for flavor applications.

Botanical Name of Birch Tar Crude

Betula alba

Appearance of Birch Tar Crude

Dark Brown Liquid



EXTRACTION method of Birch Tar Crude

Dry-Distilled Pyrogenated Oil , Purified By Steam Distillation

Refractive Index of Birch Tar Crude

1.4900 - 1.5750 @ 20C

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