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Cedrat Essential Oil

Adam Michael has this to say “Cedrat is a fruit that is chiefly grown and sold within Sicily. In its fruit form and having travelled Italy extensively now, I find this fruit is found readily as candy fruit or candy cedrat which is used as an ingredient for making cakes and deserts. Nice to look at and it tastes delicious however I still prefer squeezing the juice and adding it to freshly squeezed orange juice, the result is a delicious thirst quenching drink. The aroma of this essential oil is as you would imagine it to be, very zesty, incredibly fresh and light, similar to lemons and limes with lots of sweetness but softer and rounded.

This material is fantastic for the aroma diffusers, filling the air with an aroma that everyone is sure to appreciate, especially children. For perfumery use this material is an exquisite top note, pairing splendidly with bergamot and lime, imparts freshness within florals, offers interesting effects used within boozy accords and for me I would consider this an essential material like bergamot for communicating a romance and love that I feel for Italy in the form of perfume. I write it quite a lot but this truly is a beautiful material and well worth trying.”

Botanical Name: Citrus medica

Origin: Sicily

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This product is now offered in 3 wholesale pack sizes. Prices before vat are as follows – 50G = 30 Euros, 100G = 55 Euros, 250G = 90 Euros. Prices displayed here do include vat on top – but if you are Europe based (Italy not included) and vat registered, just enter your vat number at checkout and the 22% vat will be deducted. Likewise if you reside in USA, Canada or Russia, you don’t need to do anything as the vat is removed at checkout automatically : )

5 reviews for Cedrat Essential Oil

  1. Luis (verified owner)

    Reminiscent of lemon cheesecake. Smells like sweet lemons yet is as cool smelling as bergamot essential oil.

  2. bespoke (verified owner)

    Gorgeous. Perfect if you’re trying to create an authentic Sicilian citrus scent that doesn’t delve into floor cleaner territory. Highly recommend.

  3. Charalambos Charalambous (verified owner)

    Actually this reminds me of a lemony Japanese yuzu..its a blend of citrus with a lot of layers to play of my favorite!

  4. Thomas (verified owner)

    Like Luis commented before, this is a sweet version of cedrat, almost creamy. I used it at 30% in a calssical Cologne composition and it gives a beautiful calming yet radiant vibe to the scent. I do recommend this oil.

  5. Ulrike S (verified owner)

    Perhaps one of the best kept little secrets on Hermitage’s site, and yet every customer who shops from here should include a bottle in their order.
    A sweet citrus that is so much more than that. Almost a perfume in itself, it combines citrus and zest with floral and fruity in such a delectable way that I have been known to solubilize a couple of drops in honey and add to lemonade, transforming it into a cocktail for the Gods.

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