cognac oil

cognac oil

[′kōn‚yak ‚ȯil]
(organic chemistry)
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Drink in the light champagne scent, blended with orange flower, lime and cognac oil, while a combination of almond oil and cocoa butter hydrate and soften even the driest skin.
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The list also includes butter, chocolate, caffeine, coffee, cognac oil, cocoa, honey, rum, water, sherry, and yeast.
has acquired Swiss cognac oils producer and distributor CEssence Switzerland, the company said.
CEssence's tradition will continue, as BerjA(c) will now serve as the producer and distributor of the cognac oils, which are used primarily to provide a dry, wine like, and slightly fruity note in flavors and fragrances.
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