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1520 Channel Highway, Margate,
Tasmania 7054 AUSTRALIA

 

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PO Box 162, Kingston
Tasmania 7051 AUSTRALIA

TEL: + 61 3 6229 4222

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EMAIL: Info@EOTasmania.com.au

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ACN: 124 346 649

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© 2019 ESSENTIAL OILS OF TASMANIA

FENNEL

PRODUCT INFORMATION

 

BOTANICAL NAME: Foeniculum vulgare

 

DESCRIPTION:

The essential oil produced from the plant and immature seeds of the perennial herb, Foeniculum vulgure, Bitter Fennel and refined as required to application.

 

AROMA:

Bitter fennel oil is a combination of the typical natural sweet aniseed aroma and the bitter fenchone.

 

EXTRACTION:

Steam distilled from the seeding bitter fennel plant Foeniculum vulgare (Fam. Apiaceae). Further rectification is used to produce perfumery grade Bitter Fennel, Sweet Fennel and High Fenchone products.

 

APPLICATIONS:

Flavour, aromatherapy, personal care, complementary medicines, nutritional, oral care

 

VARIANTS OFFERED:

Fennel Oil
Fennel Oil Sweet (85% Anethole)
Fennel Oil (70% Fenchone)

 

INTERESTED?
Our Fennel Oil products are available for purchase
from 1kg.

How do you like your Fennel oil? Bitter, sweet, or a bit of both – we can do it!

 

Indigenous to the Mediterranean region, we have cultivated Fennel in Tasmania since the 1980s to produce a diversified range of oils and extracts. We are now one of the largest producers of Fennel oils in the world.

 

Harvested from late February to mid-May, our stocks of Fennel are typically available all year round.

 

Our Fennel oil is produced through steam distillation of the immature Fennel seeds. Oils are then typically refined to one of the following standard grades – Bitter Fennel; 70% Fenchone; or Sweet Fennel. These range from a stronger and more bitter taste you might associate with mouthwash (a more fenchone-heavy composition) to a sweeter aniseed flavour, which means the oil is more anethole based.

 

We can also refine our Fennel oil to customer specification.

EOT Fennel growing areas within Tasmania