enfleurage


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enfleurage

[¦än‚flu̇¦räzh]
(chemical engineering)
Removal of the odoriferous components from flowers by placing them near an odorless mixture of lard and tallow; this mixture absorbs the perfume, which is subsequently extracted.
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this being the very same process known as enfleurage in French.
She wanted the oil to sell in her shop, Enfleurage, in New York City, which sells all kinds of lotions, candles and oils with different scents such as oud, sandalwood and jasmine.
Trygve experienced more good news earlier this month when her company, Enfleurage Middle East, was finally registered in Oman.
Using a perfumer's technique commonly applied to botanical matter known as "cold enfleurage," he wraps the murdered women in linen soaked in animal fat.
Enfleurage is a technique used during the creation of which products?