Description of 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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Aroma & Flavor of Cedarwood Oil Atlas

Camphoraceous and sweet, with a unique cresylic tinge. Drydown retains a tenaciously woody odor similar to mimosa.

Botanical Name of Cedarwood Oil Atlas

Cedrus atlantica (endl.) g.manetti ex carrière

Appearance of Cedarwood Oil Atlas

Yellow Liquid





EXTRACTION method of Cedarwood Oil Atlas

Steam Distillation

Refractive Index of Cedarwood Oil Atlas

1.5090 - 1.5170 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Cedarwood Oil Atlas

0.9250 - 0.9450 @ 25C

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