Fenchol (FEMA# 2480, CAS# 1632-73-1) occurs naturally in beer, lime oil, grape, brandy, hops, nutmeg, pine oil, and rosemary. Natural Fenchol can be described as having a camphoraceous dry odor that is both powerful and diffusive with woody and cooling nuances reminiscent of cedar, pine and eucalyptus. It provides flavors that are slightly bitter, spicy, citrus and earthy. This product is great in application for spice nuances for black pepper, parsley, basil, thyme, oregano and rosemary. It can also contribute to citrus lemon/lime flavors, as well as enhance mint notes. Used at 0.01ppm-1 ppm in finished goods.
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