A fragrant oil steam-distilled from the Myrtus communis trees that grow throughout Tunisia, Myrtle Oil Tunisian embodies the sweet and herbaceous aspects of this long-standing botanical. The oil still retains a camphoraceous tinge, though the Tunisian variety exhibits a uniquely fresh top note alongside floral and sweet undertones. This makes Tunisian myrtle oil a popular addition within meat sauces, seasoning blends, and herb oils, especially when paired with ingredients such as clove, cardamom, and cinnamon. In perfumery, myrtle is an excellent modifier for bergamot, rosemary, and lavender, adding a “lift” to floral and spicy accords.