Aniseed Oil Production Cost Analysis 2020
Aniseed oil, also known as anise essential oil, refers to the oil extracted from a flowering plant belonging to the family of Apiaceae, which is native to the eastern Mediterranean region and Southwest Asia. Aniseed oil can be derived or extracted from the fruits by either steam distillation or extraction using supercritical carbon dioxide. The yield of essential oil is affected by its growing demand, with supercritical extraction being more efficient. Irrespective of the process of isolation, the primary element of the oil is anethole, with minor components like 4-anisaldehyde, estragole, and pseudoisoeugenyl-2-methyl butyrate, among others. Anethole is responsible for anise's characteristic odour and flavour. The flavour of anise has similarities with some other spices as well, which include star anise, fennel, and liquorice. Aniseed oil is preferred, both, for being a species of herb, and its liquorice-like flavour. It is most commonly cultivated and used to flavour food and alcoholic drinks, especially around the Mediterranean. Western cuisines involve the use of aniseed oil to flavour dishes, drinks, or candies.
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