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    La fleur d'oranger (néroli) ou d'oranger amer, pousse sur le bigaradier (Citrus aurantium L.) un arbuste aux feuilles en fuseau et luisantes. Le bigaradier, épineux, à fleurs blanches parfumées dont les pétales sont bien déliés, est plus grand que l’oranger doux (Citrus sinensis).

  • Lahia Chabert

    Bitter Orange: Three Aromas Neroli, Orange Bitter, and Petitgrain « The Mountain Rose Blog

  • Carol Branwen

    Neroli oil is a plant oil produced from the blossom of the bitter orange tree (Citrus aurantium subsp. amara or Bigaradia). Its scent is sweet, honeyed and somewhat metallic. Image by Franz Eugen Köhler, Köhler's Medizinal-Pflanzen 1897.


    Bitter orange essential oil comes from the peel of thefruit from the Bitter Orange tree. It's aroma is not like the other citrus oils due to a bitter citrus and woody overtone that is present along with the fresh orange scent. The bitter orange tree also yields neroli, from the highly fragrant flowers, and petitgrain from the leaves. What an amazing tree.

  • Simonetta Vespucci

    The Regal Heaven Scent: Neroli and Orange Blossom Oil

  • Louise Scott

    Bitter Orange, Citrus aurantium - illustration from Köhler's Medicinal Plants, 1897.

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