Tangerine Oil (aromatherapy)

Tangerine Oil is machine pressed from the peel of the ripe fruit in the canning factories. The oil is orange colored, mobile and with a fresh, sweet odor, reminiscent of bitter orange and of Valencia orange oil, rather than of mandarin oil. It completely lacks the characteristic dryness and “perfumery” notes of mandarin oil, and it is also much “thinner” in body. Tangerine. The peculiar “fishy” amine note of freshly expressed mandarin oil (probably due to a nitrogen compound derived from the anthranilates in this oil) is never present in tangerine oil. The latter may not contain any anthranilates at all.
Arctander, Steffen . Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origin (p. 703).

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