Description of Lime Oil Distilled Mexican
Significantly different from the lime profile of more traditional cold-pressed oils, Lime Oil Distilled Mexican is derived from the fruits of Citrus aurantiifolia plants. Due to its distillation method, the oil’s more “lemony” characteristics are subdued, allowing the fruity’s piney, camphoraceous, and somewhat lilac-like top note to shrine through. Lime oil distilled also expresses a subtle sweetness, making it highly popular among beverages, particularly sodas and other soft drinks.
Aroma & Flavor of Lime Oil Distilled Mexican
Extremely sharp and fresh, with a zesty citrus flavor heavily reminiscent of fresh limes. Aroma is sweet and somewhat terpenic, with fruity undertones that blends well with other citric ingredients.
Citrus Aurantifolia (Christman) Swingle
Colorless To Green-Yellow Liquid
1.4740 - 1.4770 @ 20C
0.8550 - 0.8630 @ 25C
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Latest Market Info: Sep, 2021
Demand for lime oil remains firm out of Mexico, as the high season just recently started (after a short delay). Peru oil is sold out until their next crop season in September through October. In both these markets, precedence for fresh fruit is still the main cause for concern.
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7/23/21: Demand for lime oil remains firm out of Mexico, as the high season just recently started (after a short delay). Peru oil is sold out until their next crop season in September through October. In both these markets, precedence for fresh fruit is still the main cause for concern.
3/15/20: The next period of availability for Mexican Lime material will be this upcoming May/June. However, not much oil remains available for distillation, and many have already sold out of material due to the high fresh fruit demand, which is applicable to both conventional and organic limes. Buyers can expect this trend to continue, as no carryover material is available from previous harvests.
2/19/20: Fresh fruit remains in high demand from Mexico, which leaves little to processing. Market remains firm and prices continue to steadily increase based on availability as there is no carryover, no future relief till Q2 2021
1/20/20: Prices remain firm as short supply continues.
4/24/19: Harvest is over, not much carryover available which has sustained high price levels. Next crop season is June/July timeframe. Too early to predict crop volume. As a reference Mexico produces 1.5 – 1.8 million tons of fruit, this past crop there was a reduction of 50%
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