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Nutmeg absolute / Warm, Spicy, Woody, Balsamic w/ Powdery, Spicy undertone / $80 oz Myristica fragrans

  • Product # 1261
  • Part Distilled seed
  • Growth Method conventional
  • Origin Indonesia

Nutmeg Absolute is extracted from the dried ripe seed of the tree Myristica fragrans which originated in the East Indian archipelago. It is now grown extensively in India, Sri Lanka, Grenada and Indonesia. The absolute is a slightly viscous, reddish-orange pourable oil revealing rich, warm, radiant, spicy-woody-balsamic bouquet with a sweet powdery-spicy dryout.

In perfumery it is prized for its use in classic oriental perfumes, spicy colognes, culinary creations, and liquid incense compositions. In minute quantities it can be used very effectively in floral bases such as rose, white ginger lily, carnation, etc.

Blends well with allspice eo and co2; anise star eo and co2; apple melange; apricot melange; benzoin eo and abs; bergtamot eo; buddhawood eo and co2; bay leaf eo; cananga eo; cassia eo and co2; chai spice melange;  coffee eo, co2 and abs; clove bud eo, co2 and abs; cocoa co2; cypriol eo and co2; cardamon eo, co2 and abs; cinnamon bark eo, co2 and abs; clover sweet abs; coriander eo, co2 and abs; galangal eo; geranium eo and abs;  ginger eo, co2 and abs; hay abs; helichrysum eo and abs; henna saffron melange; henna leaf co2;  oakmoss abs; labdanum abs; lavender eo, co2 and abs; lavandin eo and abs; laurel leaf eo and abs; licorice abs and co2; lovage leaf eo; lime eo; muhuhu eo; mandarin eo; mushroom abs; neroli eo; orange bitter eo; osmanthus abs; orange blossom abs; patchouli eo, co2 and abs; pine needle abs;  petitgrain eo's;  peru balsam eo and abs;  rosemary eo and co2; saffron co2; sandalwood eo, co2 and abs; siamwood eo; turmeric eo and co2; tolu balsam abs;  tonka bean abs; vetiver eo, co2 and abs; ylang eo and abs


"It was, indeed, a most pleasant portion of the island that we were now approaching. A heavy-scented broom and many flowering shrubs had almost taken the place of grass. Thickets of green nutmeg-trees were dotted here and there with the red columns and the broad shadow of the pines, and the first mingled their spice with the aroma of the others. The air, besides, was fresh and stirring, and this, under the sheer sunbeams, was a wonderful
refreshment to our senses."
                         Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson



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Note: Limit 10 samples per order.