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Ginger Absolute / Aromatic, Spicy, Powdery, Balsamic, Floral / $150 oz Zingiber officinale

  • Product # 1547
  • Part Distilled root
  • Process solvent extraction
  • Origin India

Ginger Absolute is a viscous amber colored liquid displaying an immensely rich, aromatic, spicy, powdery bouquet with a sweet balsamic, floral, candied undertone. A fine aromatic treasure which captures a distinctly different olfactory qualities than the essential oil being deeper, richer, sweeter and elegant.

In natural perfumery used in Oriental accords, spice bases, colognes, after shave lotions, fougere, incense notes, tropical bouquets


Blends well with allspice eo and co2; anise star eo and co2; apple melange; apricot melange; bay leaf eo and abs; bergamot eo; bergamot mint eo; cananga eo; cassia eo and co2; cinnamon bark eo and co2; caraway eo and co2; cardamom eo and co2;  cedarwood eo's and abs; cocoa co2; coriander eo and co2; cilantro eo; coffee eo, co2 and abs; cistus eo and abs; clover sweet abs; clove bud eo, co2 and abs; cubeb eo; cypress eo and abs; elemi eo and abs; fenugreek eo, co2 and abs; frankincense eo, co2 and abs; galbanum eo, co2 and abs; galangal eo; hay abs; hinoki eo; hiba eo; henna co2; jonquille abs; labdanam abs; lemon eo; lemon essence eo; lime eo; lime essence eo; lapsong souchong co2; lawang eo; litesea cubeba eo; mandarin eo; mastic eo and abs; massoia bark co2; mushroom abs; nutmeg eo, co2 and abs; narcissus abs; orange eo; orange essence eo; orange blood eo; pepper eo and co2; peru balsam eo and abs; plai eo; pineapple melange; poplar abs and eo; sage clary eo and abs; tangerine eo; tangerine essence eo; strawberry melange; vanilla co2 and abs; turmeric eo and co2; ylang eo and abs; yuzu eo; vetiver eo, co2 anda abs; styrax eo and abs

DONNING a new lavender necktie and white vest, "on a fine, hot day in September," garments especially unsuited to the nature of my quest, I started out to learn just how stoves and heaters are made, for these are now the representatives of our fathers' hearth-stones and are the firesides of today. This was a desire long entertained and often revived whenever I recalled my boyhood visits at grandmother's. The pride and solicitude with which she cared for and regarded the brick hearth and new stove are associated with boyish memories that still have an enduring charm. What pleasant recollections they are—


of rich, brown-crusted, new-made loaves; light pie crust, aromatic gingerbread, pies of peach, squash, custard, cranberry, rhubarb and mince, with savory pots of beans, and steaming brown bread! When she smiled benevolently at one of "her boys," with a new ginger cooky fresh from the oven in hand, ah, what delicious memories arise! It always makes me hungry to think about it. To me, as to the peoples of ancient days, there cluster no more romantic memories than around the kitchen hearth. In the complex religion of the Romans it was believed that their Lares and Penates, the tutelary and household gods, -were domiciled on the hearthstone, and hence it became a venerated spot.
National Magazine, Volume 29


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