Amyris essential oil has a very tenacious, rich, complex odor that quickly fades out to a subdued woody-balsamic aroma; it is valued as a well-known fixative, especially in soaps, and finds extensive application as a mild blender in numerous types of perfumes.
Powerfully diffusive, fresh, sweet-warm fruity/herbal aroma with green apple peel and pear-like notes; has a beautifully balanced drydown. Colorless to pale yellow, transparent, mobile liquid. Roman Chamomile oil can be very pale blue or green when first distilled, but this color usually fades over time
Cassia Essential Oil closely resembles Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil and is widely used as a more economical substitute for its more expensive cousin. Often times the cinnamon sticks we buy in the store are the Cassia variety of Cinnamomum and it tends to have a sharp, spicy-sweet smell and flavor.