View All Bourbon Vanilla Camellia oil, also known as tea seed oil, is an excellent anti-oxidant. It is cold-pressed mainly from the seeds of Camellia sinensis.
View All Camellia oil Commonly used in Indian cooking and Scandinavian baking, cardamom acts as a flavorful preservative.
Ground from green seedpods, it has a distinct taste with an aromatic, resinous fragrance.
View All Cardamom The berry of a small perennial shrub, cassis (also known as blackcurrant) is extraordinarily rich in vitamin C.
View All Apricot Kernels Grown in India’s lushest tea-growing state, Assam black tea is cheered worldwide for its brisk, bold body and vibrant, saturated color.
Hearty tea aromas mingle with floral and malty nuances.
View All Black Currant Adding a bright, earthy top note to fragrances, this "King of Spices" revs the senses with its warm, happy aroma, rendered through steam distillation of the berries of the piper negrum bush.
View All Black Peppercorn Bourbon vanilla is derived from the pods of special orchids native to Madagascar and Indonesia.
Its creator is said to have been inspired by visits to the Arctic Circle and the smell of water at midnight.
View All Aldehydes Amaranthus Caudatus goes by common names such as love-lies-bleeding, velvet flower, pendant amaranth, tassel flower, foxtail amaranth, and quilete.
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