Description of Tangerine Terpenes

A fragrant material derived from the oils of Citrus Reticulata fruit peels, Tangerine Terpenes are less sweet than their essential oil counterparts. These terpenes lack the “dry” character of mandarin derivatives, instead imparting a citrusy and aldehydic note when used in perfumery. Tangerine is often used as a modifier within citrus-based flavors, particularly in the US, where orange and lemon-like combination flavors remain a large part of the soft drinks industry.

Aroma & Flavor of Tangerine Terpenes

Fresh and lightly sweet; more terpenic than its essential oil counterparts.

Botanical Name of Tangerine Terpenes

Citrus reticulata blanco

Appearance of Tangerine Terpenes

Colorless Liquid





EXTRACTION method of Tangerine Terpenes


Principle Constituents of Tangerine Terpenes


Refractive Index of Tangerine Terpenes

1.4650 - 1.4780 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Tangerine Terpenes

0.8350 - 8480 @ 25C

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Harvest Schedule of Tangerine Terpenes


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