Ginger is another spice oil that is widely used in the culinary industry. It’s actually one of the first spices that made its way to Europe where the Greeks and Romans used it extensively as both a culinary spice and medicinal herb.
Name of Oil:Ginger
Latin Binomial:Zingiber officinale
Countries of Origin:India, China, Asia, Australia, Africa
Scent Profile:warm, spicy, earthy, woody
Parts Used in distillation:flowers
Oil Characteristics:light yellow, thin, middle to base note, medium to strong intensity
Cultivation – Organically Grown