Description of Horseradish Oil

Typically only used for flavor applications, Horseradish Oil can be extracted from many different plants, though the most common variety is steam-distilled from the Armoracia Lapathifolia root. The oil is pale and nearly colorless, exhibiting a sharp and intensely pungent odor which has comparable strength to raw mustard. Horseradish oil has a variety of uses within the flavor industry, often added to salad dressings, kitchen sauces, and canned vegetables. Its powerful odor and flavor can immediately add the spicy green top note for which fresh horseradish is known.

Aroma & Flavor of Horseradish Oil

Aroma is penetratingly sharp and pungent, with a sulfurous and somewhat earthy tinge. Its flavor, however, is spicy and green, reminiscent of fresh horseradish.

Botanical Name of Horseradish Oil

Amoracia Rusticana G. Gaertn. Et Al.

Appearance of Horseradish Oil

Yellow Liquid





EXTRACTION method of Horseradish Oil


Principle Constituents of Horseradish Oil

Allyl Isothiocyanate

Refractive Index of Horseradish Oil

1.4980 - 1.5200 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Horseradish Oil

1.0150 - 1.0300 @ 25C

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