BOTANICAL NAME: Nicotiana (After Jean Nicot - was said to have introduced the tobacco plant to France) Tabacum (said to be from the Caribbean name for pipe or Haitian taina - tobacco rolled in a maize leaf)
EXTRACTION: Solvent extraction
DESCRIPTION: The solvent extraction method is used to obtain the tobacco absolute oil from either the leaves or flowers of the nicotiana tabacum plant. The absolute is dark brown or amber in colour and has a rich, smokey and sweet scent. In perfumery it is used to add warmth and depth. The absolute also has a calming and soothing effect.
KEY COMPONENTS: Nicotine
FOUND IN: Beard Oil - Humidor