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- n. An essential oil obtained from orange blossom
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An essential oil obtained by distillation from the flowers of the orange. It has a strong odor, and is used in perfumery, etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An oil extracted from the flowers of the bitter orange; a French perfume. Also neroli-oil and oil of neroli.
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These Fougères are very complex, with the addition of bright florals such as neroli, lily of the valley, and cyclamen.
They'd get bored as hell doing that after a while, and then I'd be through with having conversations for the rest of my life. "neroli:" Quote TK from Salinger's agent about surviving manuscripts, if any, and plans for them.
I love heady, sexy scents like jasmine and neroli.
Cold-pressing the fruit peel yields bigarade, the essential oil of the bitter orange; distilling the twigs gives you petitgrain; and the orange blossoms provide you with neroli.
Of course the main ingredient is the neroli, freshened by the petitgrain Paraguay which is also tender and green and petitgrain citronnier.
He likes to "dirty it up" with flowers that bring out neroli's wet and sexy vibe.
Now, neroli can be found in any number of perfumes, soaps and, according to myth, the secret recipe for Coca-Cola.
Mr. Moltz describes pure neroli as being "prim and proper."
Those includes things like orange, nutmeg, lemon, coriander, neroli and cinnamon oils and 8 ounces of alcohol.
The second half, which gives the drink its distinctive flavor, is a mixture called "7X" that includes cinnamon, nutmeg oil, neroli, orange oil and coriander.
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