Symrise’s myrtenyl acetate ((1S)-(6,6-dimethylbicyclo[3.1.1.]hept-2-en-2-yl)methyl acetate; C12H18O2; FEMA# 3765, CAS# 1079-01-2) naturally occurs in buchu and peppermint. It has a floral, violetlike, fruity profile with herbal nuances, and it is useful in raspberry and other red fruit flavors, as well as in mint and citrus flavors at a recommended use level in food of 100 ppb–50 ppm.
December 12, 2011
Fill out my online form.
Most Popular in Natural
- 301The Future of Artificial Flavors & Ingredients
- 156Progress in Essential Oils: Spanish Marjoram Oil
- 146Organic Flavor Clarification
- 121Mane Launches Authentic and Fresh Herb Range
- 59Clean Labels Grow Into 2022
- 58The Continuing Evolution of Terpene Products and Specialties
- 44Natural Raw Materials for Natural WONF Flavors
- 36Sustainability in Madagascar's Vanilla Supply Chain
- 31Flavor Bites: 2-Acetyl Pyrazine
- 29U.S. Vanilla Regulations—Time for an Update?
- Organoleptic Characteristics of Flavor Materials: January 2005
5/5/2016, Gerard Mosciano
- Raw Material Bulletin: May 2016
- Progress in Essential Oils: Tagetes Oil
5/10/2016, Brian M. Lawrence
- Organoleptic Characteristics of Flavor Materials - July 2016
7/6/2016, Judith Michalski
- U.S. Vanilla Regulations—Time for an Update?
8/2/2016, Krishna Bala and Patrick Dunphy