One of the most quintessential evergreen aromatics in the world, Cedarwood Oil is sweet and woody, with a creamy balsamic aroma comparable to fresh pencil shavings. One of the first essential oils ever distilled from nature, cedarwood is widely utilized for its smooth sawdust-like fragrance, which is almost universally applicable throughout the flavor and fragrance industry. Each variety has its own unique usage and nuance, though the overall aroma retains a characteristically woody odor.



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Cedarwood Oil Chinese

One of the most quintessential evergreen aromatics in the world, Cedarwood Oil Chinese is sweet and woody, with a creamy balsamic aroma comparable to fresh pencil shavings. One of the first essential oils ever distilled from nature, cedarwood is widely utilized for its smooth sawdust-like fragrance, which is almost universally applicable throughout the flavor and fragrance industry.

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Cedarwood Oil Texas 

Unlike its more refined counterparts, Texas Cedarwood Oil provides a much smokier, tar-like quality to its otherwise sweet and woody aroma. Turbid and somewhat viscous, the liquid’s odor has a unique powdery quality that makes it especially popular as a fixative for high class florals and perfumes.

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Cedarwood Oil Texas Redistilled

Sharp and woody, Cedarwood Oil Texas Redistilled is less tar-like than its unrefined variant, though it retains the light sweetness typical of cedarwood. The oil’s drydown is clean and woody, with an aroma reminiscent of freshly sharpened pencils. It also retains a fresh and pleasant balsamic-like quality, making it highly versatile in a wide variety of different blends and products.

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Cedarwood Oil Virginia

One of the most quintessential evergreen aromatics in the world, Cedarwood Oil Virginia is sweet and woody, with a creamy balsamic aroma comparable to fresh pencil shavings. One of the first essential oils ever distilled from nature, cedarwood is widely utilized for its smooth sawdust-like fragrance, which is almost universally applicable throughout the flavor and fragrance industry.

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