Latest Market Info: Mar, 2023
Brazilian harvest was severely delayed due to drought conditions affecting the main growing regions. We are expecting to see small volumes of oil in the October 2021 season. No carryover remains from the previous crop, which has contributed to price increases. Lower fruit outage, poor yields, and increasing cost of ocean transportation have also impacted the price of this product.
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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.
Description of Orange Oil Bitter Brazil
Steam-distilled from the fragrant peels of the "Seville" orange fruits, Bitter Orange Oil is heavily utilized throughout the flavor and fragrance industry for its intense citrus aroma. Less sweet and much more tart than its more common alternative, this oil is commonly found within soft drinks, liqueurs, marinades, and sauces. The pithy, somewhat woody undertones also makes it popular among perfumes and fine fragrances, which can enhance other floral and citrus ingredients.
Aroma & Flavor of Orange Oil Bitter Brazil
Intensely fresh and citrusy, with an odor heavily reminiscent of Orange fruits. Also retains a dry and somewhat woody aroma, and a bitter, slightly leafy taste.
1.4720 - 1.4760 @ 20C
0.8450 - 0.8510 @ 25C
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• Safety Data Sheet
• Certificate of Analysis
• Specification Sheet
Technical Data Sheet