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.


Cedarwood Oil Texas Crude

Also referred to as “Texas Cedarwood Oil Crude,” this grade of cedarwood oil is less refined than its perfume-ready counterpart. The oil exhibits a dark coloration, with an intense viscosity and highly pronounced “campfire” top note. The aroma of Cedarwood Oil Texas is woody and tenacious, with a unique tar-like sweetness not present in other cedarwood varieties. This heavy odor, combined with its intense concentration of cedrenol, makes Cedarwood Oil Texas an excellent addition to different many perfume types (when dark coloration is not an issue).

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Cedarwood Oil Atlas

A unique cedarwood oil distilled from the wood and stumps of the Cedrus atlantica tree, Cedarwood Oil Atlas is bears an almost indistinguishable resemblance to Cedrus libani, also known as Lebanon Cedar; one of the most historically significant trees of all time. Unlike its American and East African counterparts, Atlas Cedarwood Oil has a completely unique chemical makeup, providing a complex fragrance that is highly peculiar. Its sweet and camphoraceous aroma contains a cresylic nuance, as well as some tenacious woody undertones. Within perfumery, Atlas Cedarwood is heavily used for its fixative effects, as well as its versatile odor which blends well with a variety of other floral and woody fragrances.

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Cedarwood Oil Chinese

Historically, Cedarwood Oil Chinese has been steam-distilled from the temperate growing Cupressus funebris tree, or “Chinese Weeping Cypress,” which grows throughout southern and central China. The oil’s aroma is recognizably cedar-like, though it retains a spicy and smokiness not found in other cedarwood varieties. Chinese cedarwood oil also lacks the woody punch common in Texas or Virginia material. This is mainly due to the oil’s lower concentration of the all-important cedrol component, which contributes to cedarwood’s overall woody characteristics.

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Cedarwood Oil Texas Redistilled

Cedarwood Oil Texas Redistilled is a milder, less tar-like material than its unrefined counterpart. The aroma of this oil is clean, sweet, and woody; it is often compared to the scent of fresh sawdust or woodchips. This is particularly useful in applications that demand a prominent woody, yet slightly smoky top note. Similar to other cedarwood oils, Cedarwood Oil Texas Redistilled makes an effective fixative or blender for notes such as leather, musk, and vetiver. In the United States, Cedarwood Oil is purely used for its aromatic profile and finds no use within flavor.

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Cedarwood Oil Virginiana

Cedarwood Oil Virginia is used extensively in the United States as a component of both fine fragrance and function perfumery. The oil’s aroma is often compared to freshly-sawn wooden planks, exhibiting a sweet, mild, and slightly balsamic top note. It is milder and less viscous than other cedarwood types, making it ideal for use within soap perfumery and fine fragrance. The drydown of Cedarwood Oil Virginia is creamy and woody, with little to no harsh or smoky undertones. Its fixative effects remain quite popular in disinfectants, cleansers, and other industrial or household products.

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