bitter orange oil


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bitter orange oil

[¦bid·ər ′är·inj ‚ȯil]
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An essential oil from the rind or peel of the orange (Citrus vulgaris); insoluble in water; used as a flavoring and in some perfumes. Also known as orange oil.
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There are top notes of bitter orange oil and Sicilian bergamot' heart notes of patchouli oil, cinnamon and cardamom and base notes of pink pepper, nutmeg, amber and Texan cedar - all giving a rich yet subtle spicy aroma.
Only 100% pure, natural plant actives including Chilean Musk Rose oil, Borage oil, Helianthus oil, Bitter Orange oil and Orange oil.
For our tonic, we started with a clean sheet of paper and thought about every element--from small, single-serve glass bottles to ensure freshness and fizz, to all natural ingredients including natural quinine from the original plantations and some ingredients which none of the big guys could ever aim to include, such as small batch production of bitter orange oils, hand pressed by one family in the wilds of Tanzania," Rolls says.