Mace oleoresins are obtained by solvent extraction method from dried flowers of Myristica Fragrance van Hautte. These flowers are found in Mace tree which is one of the members of Myristicaceae family. Mace is commonly known as May Chang and Nutmeg etc. It is the outer covering or dried aril of nutmeg fruit. With subsequent removal of solvents, slight semisolid and waxy Mace oleoresin is obtained. It is free flowing brownish red liquid which is insoluble in water and soluble in various essential oils and alcohols. Mace oleoresins’ color ranges from pale buff to amber to dark orange with characteristics tastes and odor of nutmeg.
Product Technical Information
|Botanical Name||Myristica Fragran|
|Color & Odor||Brownish red free-flowing liquid|
|Country of Origin||India,Tamil Nadu|
|Methods of Extraction||solvent extraction|
|Solubility||Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.|