Description of Lemon Oil Argentina

Lemon Oil Argentina is cold-pressed from the peels of Citrus limon fruits, better known as the common lemon. The tree likely has its origins in northeast India, though it was eventually introduced to the Americas after Spanish explorers brought citrus seeds to New World colonies. The aroma of lemon oil is light and fresh, with a sweet and fruity odor highly reminiscent of fresh lemon peels. In perfumery, it is often used for its “refreshing” qualities, making it a common inclusion in lotions, creams, colognes, and various air care products. The flavor of lemon oil is similar to its aroma, exhibiting a refreshingly fruity and aldehydic tinge that goes well in candies, soft drinks, and countless other packaged goods. When blended with vanilla notes, lemon oil produces an old-fashioned “custard” flavor that is also highly appealing in frozen treats.

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Aroma & Flavor of Lemon Oil Argentina

Light and refreshing, with a sweet and fruity-citrus aroma that blends well with materials like lavender, neroli, and petitgrain. Its flavor is similarly fresh and aldehydic, providing a sour note that blends particularly well with vanilla.

Botanical Name of Lemon Oil Argentina

Citrus limonum

Appearance of Lemon Oil Argentina

Yellow Liquid





EXTRACTION method of Lemon Oil Argentina

Cold Expression

Principle Constituents of Lemon Oil Argentina


Refractive Index of Lemon Oil Argentina

1.4730 - 1.4760 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Lemon Oil Argentina

0.8490 - 0.8550 @ 25C

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