Description of Laurel Leaf Oil
Originally a product of the eastern Mediterranean and Asia, Laurel Leaf Oil is steam-distilled from the leaves and branches of the tiny Laurus Nobilis tree. The oil is typically very pale, only possessing a slight yellow or olive coloration, though its aroma is fresh and powerful. Sweet, dry, and camphoraceous, laurel leaf oil’s odor is utilized in a variety of fragrance applications, particularly those within spicy or citrus perfumery. In the culinary world, laurel leaf oil is mainly used in pickling brines, meat sauces, and other canned goods. Its flavor is warm and fresh, retaining a unique softness most comparable to fresh orange oil.
Aroma & Flavor of Laurel Leaf Oil
Aroma is fresh and sweet, with a powerful camphoraceous top note. Upon dry down, the odor becomes spicier and more medicinal, slightly reminiscent of licorice. Its flavor is similarly fresh, though it retains a much warmer, spicier nuance than its fragrance applications.
Pale Yellow Liquid
1.4650 - 1.4700 @ 20C
0.9050 - 0.9290 @ 25C
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Harvest Schedule of Laurel Leaf Oil
4 MONTHS OF THE YEAR