Linalyl acetate Quick Details
Product Name: Linalyl acetate
Appearance:Colourless transparent liquid
Linalyl acetate Typical Properties
Colorless transparent liquid
Like flowers and fruit odor
1 ml in 5ml 70% (v/v) ethanol
Linalyl acetate Usage
It is found in many natural essential oils. It is suitable for the fragrance of perfume, head water, cosmetics and soap. It is an important raw material for the preparation of fragrant lemon, orange leaf, lavender, and lavender. It is also one of the base spices for the preparation of scent of jasmine and orange blossom. It is used as a coordinated modifier for the sweet and fresh floral type such as ylang-ylang to enhance the top notes of the fragrant fruit. It can also be used in small amounts in food flavors.
The linalyl acetate is a food flavor that is temporarily allowed to be used in China. It can be used to prepare fruity flavors such as pineapple, gooseberry, citrus, peach, etc., and the dosage is as required for normal production. Generally 13mg/kg in chewing gum; 11mg/kg in candy; 8.9mg/kg in baked goods; 3.8mg/kg in cold drinks.
GB 2760-1996 provides for the temporary use of flavorants. Mainly used in the preparation of citrus, apricot, pear, peach, plum, gooseberry and other flavors.
The product has a sweet and elegant aroma like bergamot, and is the main ingredient of jasmine, ylang-ylang, sweet-scented osmanthus, and lilac. It can also be used in many other floral and non-floral flavors, such as cologne, scorpion, rose musk and so on. Artificial lavender oil, orange leaf oil, and bergamot oil can also be formulated. It is chemically stable and does not change color. It is commonly used in high-grade fragrant products and soap flavors.
For the preparation of premium perfumes and toilet water flavors
Linalyl acetate Packaging
Blue steel Drum, Net weight: 170kgper drum
Linalyl acetate Storage
To be stored in Cool, dry and ventilated location and protected from light. Shelf life：Two year with proper storage.