Sweet, Aromatic, Licorice-like Essences



Sweet, Aromatic, Licorice-like Essences

Included in this category of essences are anise seed eo and co2; fennel, sweet eo and co2; star anise eo and co2

Aromatic terms used to describe the essences in this group

anise seed eo and co2(Pimpinella anisum)- intense, sweet, soft, mild, clean, 'licorice like"
anise star eo and co2(Illicium verum)-intense, sweet, warm, licorice-like, spicy, aromatic
fennel, sweet(Foeniculum vulgare)-sweet, clean, aromatic, spicy, licorice like


Blends well with:
agarwood eo and co2
amber eo
amyris eo
angelica seed eo and co2
angelic root eo, co2 and abs
atryactylis root oil
basil eo and co2
benzoin abs
bergamot eo
birch sweet eo
bois de rose eo
caraway seed eo and co
caroot seed eo, co2 and abs
cassia eo and co2
cascarilla eo
cinnamon bark eo, co2 and abs
clove bud eo, co2 and abs
copaiba balsam
coriander eo and co2
cubeb eo
davana eo, co2 and abs
dill eo and co2
elder flower co2 and abs
elemi eo and abs
estragon/tarragon eo and abs
fir needle eo and abs
geranium eo and abs
ginger eo, co2 and abs
guaiacwood eo
hop eo and co2
juniperberry eo, co2 and abs
lavindin eo and abs
oregano eo and co2
pepper black eo, co2 and abs
pepper pink eo and co2
seaweed abs
spearmint eo and abs
tagete eo and abs
thyme eo, co2 and abs
tolu balsam eo and abs
vanilla co2 and abs
wintergreen eo


In natural perfumery used in apothecary perfumes, incense bouquets, forest notes, culinary notes, chypre, fougere, spice notes, cologne, high class florla. Very minute amounts must be used with extreme care in perfume compositions as the intense, sweet notes can easily dominate a composition. When well dosed can give a wonderful delicate lift to many types of compositions. Acacia, freesia, carnation, clover, freesia, hawthorn, honeysuckle, linden blossom, rose, sweet pea, tuberose and wallflower bouquets can all benefit from trace amounts of this group of essences