Description of Orange Essence Oil
Unlike all other types of orange oil, Orange Essence Oil is extracted from the juices of sweet oranges, rather than their peels. This process creates an incredibly intense sweetness, with a zesty tang that heavily resembles the fruit’s own flesh. This juicy oil is used for a variety of orange-flavored products, from soft drinks to sherbet to hard candies. Its intense citrusy odor also makes it a staple of old-fashioned colognes and male perfumes, as the fruity nuance of its sweetness pairs exceptionally well with more aldehydic ingredients.
Aroma & Flavor of Orange Essence Oil
Incredibly sweet and zesty, with a powerful citrus flavor reminiscent of fresh fruit juice. Also contains a fresh, somewhat fruity aldehydic nuance.
Citrus Sinensis (L.) Osbeck
1.4650 - 1.4780 @ 20C
0.8400 - 0.8510 @ 25C
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Latest Market Info: Sep, 2021
Prices of orange products are moving up; good quality oil will have a premium charge due to rising costs.
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3/16/21: Fundecitrus first Brazilian orange crop forecast from May 27, 2021 has come in; indicates a total of 294.17 million boxes for the 2021/2022 crop season. This represents a 9.51% increase vs. previous crop year of 268.63 million boxes, though the increase still is lower than average for Brazil, if you look at the past 10 seasons (-10.53%).
This means the crop will mainly depend on the first and second bloom for this season, as the 3rd and 4th bloom the fruit is smaller with fewer yields. It is expected that this year’s yield will be better than the last. Drop rate of fruit is estimated at 6-7%, mainly due to the increasing prevalence of greening and drought effects.
Fundecitrus forecast is based on mapping all citrus farms in Brazil every 3 years; next one is scheduled for August 2021
2/16/21: New reports released on February 10th indicate a slight drop in Brazil’s crop size for 2020-2021 oranges. Overall, it appears the new crop will be 30.4% lower than the previous cop season. Growers are currently developing their final update for the season, which should include information on tree mortality to provide a fuller view on the subject.
1/29/21: Brazil’s orange crop has experienced a reduction in aldehyde levels when compared to previous years, whereas Mexico is just starting to enter its peak season and aldehyde levels have risen across the board. Varietals in Mexico are looking to be especially strong in terms of their aldehyde content.
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