Description of Tarragon Oil

Also referred to as “Estragon Oil,” Tarragon Oil is steam-distilled from the widely cultivated Artemisia Dracunculus herb. The aroma of this oil is sweet and spicy, most commonly compared to anise and celery leaf for its fresh-green top note. In the culinary world, tarragon has been grown and harvested for millennia as a seasoning for meat sauces, pickling brines, and herbal seasonings. Tarragon oil fulfills much of the same purpose, mirroring the green, spicy, and slightly sweet flavor of the fresh herb. In perfumery, tarragon oil is also used in small amounts within green or floral blends. It blends well with ingredients such as lavender, basil, and oakmoss.

Aroma & Flavor of Tarragon Oil

Sweet and spicy, with a refreshingly green top note reminiscent of anise or celery leaf.

Botanical Name of Tarragon Oil

Artemisia dracunculus

Appearance of Tarragon Oil

Pale Yellow Liquid







EXTRACTION method of Tarragon Oil


Principle Constituents of Tarragon Oil

Methyl Chavicol

Refractive Index of Tarragon Oil

1.5040 - 1.5200 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Tarragon Oil

0.9140 - 0.9560 @ 25C

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