Description of Coriander Herb Oil (Cilantro Oil)

Coriander Herb Oil is steam-distilled from the coriander plant before it goes to seed; this oil is sometimes referred to as "Cilantro Oil" as well. As the name implies, coriander herb oil uses the leaves of the plant rather than its seeds, yielding a much more aldehydic aroma. This refreshing scent has an incredibly clean top note, though it also retains many of the fatty notes commonly associated with the fresh herb. Coriander herb oil is often blended with ingredients such as lemon, orange, and mandarin, enhancing the "citrus peel" characteristics of these components in fragrance applications.

Aroma & Flavor of Coriander Herb Oil (Cilantro Oil)

Aroma is herbal and aldehydic, highly evocative of fresh cilantro. The oil also retains some fatty undertones which are recognized as being helpful in a variety of citrus profiles.

Botanical Name of Coriander Herb Oil (Cilantro Oil)

Coriandrum sativum l.

Appearance of Coriander Herb Oil (Cilantro Oil)

Yellow Liquid







EXTRACTION method of Coriander Herb Oil (Cilantro Oil)

Steam Distillation

Refractive Index of Coriander Herb Oil (Cilantro Oil)

1.4490 - 1.4720 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Coriander Herb Oil (Cilantro Oil)

0.8400 - 0.8830 @ 25C

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