Mace CO2 Extract Description
Supercritical extracted oil from the aril of the nutmeg seed is called Mace CO2 Extract. It is a thick aromatic liquid that holds active compounds of Myristica fragrans and is widely popular in perfumery and aromatherapy.
The cutting-edge CO2 extraction technique ensures the preservation of the nuanced and warm aroma characteristic of mace, while also capturing its potential therapeutic properties.
What Is The Aroma Of Mace CO2 Extract?
Mace CO2 extract supercritical oil has spicy, sweet, and slightly woody notes, creating a rich and complex olfactory profile. This satisfactory fragrance is a prized ingredient in the perfume world. Many perfumers use it to add depth and sophistication to their creations.
Oil Profile And Botanical Details
Botanical Name: Myristica Fragrans
Country Of Origin: Sri Lanka
Plant Part Used In Extraction: Aril
Extraction Process: Supercritical CO2 Extraction
Appearance: Colourless to pale yellow