Mandarin (Citrus Reticulata)
Fresh, sweet, candied fruit, tangy.
Mandarins are native to China and were introduced in Europe much later than the orange tree. Every Mediterranean country grows mandarin trees. Italy and Brazil are the main producers of mandarin essence.
Mandarin essence is obtained through cold expression of the rind of the fruit.
Mandarin essence blends well with hesperide notes and brings a fresh and fruity touch to oriental perfumes.
In China, the fruit of mandarin trees were offered to mandarins during the holiday seasons, hence their modern name. Mandarin trees were cross-bred with bitter orange trees to create a hybrid: the clementine tree. It was named after Brother Clément, a missionary in Algeria who was the first to generate this new species of seedless fruit. Medicinal properties The scent of mandarins develops imagination and enhances creativity.
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