oil of bergamot


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oil of ber·ga·mot

volatile oil derived by steam distillation from the rind of the fresh fruit of Citrus aurantium or C. bergamia; contains l-linalyl acetate, l-linalool; d-limonene, dipentene, bergaptene; used as a deodorant in preparations containing malodorous ingredients and as an aromatic in perfumes, hairdressings, and pomades.
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Also offered is Taylors of Harrogate's most recent product addition, Green Earl Grey, that has all the health benefits of green tea with the appealing taste of natural oil of bergamot.