Description of Cognac Oil White
A fragrant extract sometimes referred to by its original German name "Wine Lees Oil," Cognac Oil White is an incredibly luxurious product that has its origins in the late 19th century. Produced by Berjé’s Swiss sister company, CEssence, this oil imparts a powerful and somewhat harsh fruity aroma, with fatty and herbaceous nuances. White Cognac Oil's tenacity and great diffusive properties makes it a common addition among perfumes in need of lifting other naturally fresh and fruity notes, such as ylang-ylang, coriander, and bergamot. Its oily, somewhat green complexities also lends itself perfectly to all manner of products, including liqueurs, fruit flavorings, colognes, and aftershaves.
Aroma & Flavor of Cognac Oil White
Cognac Oil is immediately recognizable by its sparkling ethanolic top note. Red apple skin, melon, and a very wine-like grape note soon follow, giving a rich character to Cognac Oil’s dry down. Cognac’s alcohol note is a must in liquor accords and its fruity elements add authenticity to fruity profiles at low levels.
Harvest Schedule of Cognac Oil White