Description of Cardamom Oil Indian

Cardamom Oil is steam-distilled from the seeds of the Elettaria cardamomum plant, also known as “true cardamom” or “green cardamom.” The botanical is one of the oldest essential oils ever produced, with historical records detailing its distillation methods and applications dating back to the mid 16th century. Cardamom grows in many regions throughout the world including Sri Lanka, Guatemala, and North Africa, though the largest producer of cardamom by-far is India. Cardamom Oil is used in an enormous variety of goods throughout the world, from Scandinavian breads to East Indian curry spice blends. In perfumery, Cardamom Oil is often used to impart a warmth and spicy-sweetness to floral or citrus fragrances.

Aroma & Flavor of Cardamom Oil Indian

Cardamom Oil has a warm and spicy aroma, with a woody and balsamic body. As time goes on, this aroma has an increasingly floral and sweet drydown, with a surprising tenacity. The flavor of Cardamom Oil is rich and spicy, retaining a pleasant “warming” characteristic.

Botanical Name of Cardamom Oil Indian

Elettaria cardamomum (l.) maton

Appearance of Cardamom Oil Indian

Pale Yellow Liquid







EXTRACTION method of Cardamom Oil Indian

Steam Distillation

Physical Properties of Cardamom Oil Indian

Colorless to pale yellow liquid

Refractive Index of Cardamom Oil Indian

1.4620 - 1.4660 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Cardamom Oil Indian

0.9170 - 0.9470 @ 25C

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