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|louro brasileiro wood oil|
Among a wealth of trees belonging to the family of Lauraceae in South America, Louro Brasileiro and Lauro Nhamuy may possibly have some future in the perfumery field. Louro Brasileiro is a tree whose wood is steam distilled to yield an essential oil of some local interest to the Brazilian soap perfumery market. Oil of Louro Brasileiro is a pale yellow or almost colorless, somewhat viscous liquid. Its odor is dry and woody with a brief, oily green, almost cuminic topnote. The dryout of this tenacious odor is faintly cedar cubeb like. It can be used as a blender in general and it contributes very little odor to the perfumes in which it is incorporated.
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