Description of Cognac Oil White

Cognac Oil White is produced using European wine lees in much the same way as Cognac Oil Green. The oil has its origins in the late 19th century, quickly gaining renown for its unique blend of fruity, sharp, and "sparkling" notes. Cognac Oil White can be sourced from many distilleries across Europe, though the oil itself is extracted at Berjé’s own facility in Carteret, New Jersey. The classic dry, estery undertones of refined cognac are clearly present in this material, adding a delightful contrast to the strong, alcoholic, and effervescent top note expected of Cognac Oil White. The "white" material is often preferred by perfumers for its lack of coloration and ease of use.

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-have in liquor accords, and its fruiter elements add authenticity to fruity profiles at low levels.

Botanical Name of Cognac Oil White

Vitis vinifera

Appearance of Cognac Oil White

Yellow-Amber Liquid







EXTRACTION method of Cognac Oil White

Rectified Essential Oil

Refractive Index of Cognac Oil White

1.4250 -1.4350 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Cognac Oil White

0.8620 - 0.8750 @ 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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