Cognac White Essential Oil
Botanical binomial: Vitis vinifera L.
Country of Origin: France
Part of plant used in production: Wine dregs
Methods of production: Steam distillation
|Description:||Vitis vinifera is a shrub that can stretch to several meters in length. It is known primarily for its grapes for wine production.|
|Characteristics:||A colourless to amber yellow liquid with a fruity character, as well as syrupy and butyric facets.|
|Properties:||Fragrances and flavouring.
White cognac oil is slightly fruitier than it’s green counterpart.
|Constituents:||Ethyl caprate (C10) and ethyl laurate (C12)|
|Uses:||With its powerful aroma yet green-herbaceous note, it makes a great addition to male scents.|
|Blends well with:||Ambrette seed, bergamot, coriander, galbanum, lavender, linalool, clary sage, ylang ylang.|
Cognac essential oil is a by-product of wine-making and has been around since the times of the ancient Greeks and Romans.
For external use only.