Description of Cognac Oil Green

Cognac Oil Green is a fragrant extract sometimes referred to as "Wine Lees Oil," owing to its German heritage. The material has its origins in the late 19th century, originally produced using leftover residue and fermentations left behind in cognac barrels. Berjé's Cognac Oil Green is extracted in-house at our Carteret facility, placing us at the center of its production process. The aroma of Cognac Oil Green is intense and somewhat harsh, exhibiting fatty and herbaceous undertones. The oil's tenacity and great diffusive properties allow it to uplift other fresh and fruity materials, making it an excellent choice when paired with ylang-ylang, coriander, and begamot. Cognac Oil green also has an oily, slightly green note that is useful in fruit flavorings, traditional liqueurs, and masculine colognes.

Aroma & Flavor of Cognac Oil Green

Aroma is fruity and complex, with a dry sweetness often compared to fermented fruit. Also retains a harsh tartness reminiscent of fine wines and champagnes.

Botanical Name of Cognac Oil Green

Vitis vinifera

Appearance of Cognac Oil Green

Green Liquid







EXTRACTION method of Cognac Oil Green

Steam Distillation

Refractive Index of Cognac Oil Green

1.4270 - 1.04300 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Cognac Oil Green

0.8640 - 0.8700 @ 25C

All scientific, regulatory and technical data is a guide for product identification purposes only. Only Berje authorized documentation is to be used for validation and confirmation. These documents can be provided upon request.

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