Fruity-base Fragrance

Fruity-base fragrance includes all perfumes themed by citrus fruits or mixed with many different kinds of tropical fruits. Fruity-base fragrance often contains a variety of tropical fruits, such as peaches, pears, apples, plums, strawberries, etc. Typically, fruity-base fragrance has a hint of floral scent added as embellishment, making the fragrance even more enticing.

The common fruits used in citrus fruity-base fragrances include lemon, orange, grapefruit and bergamot. Such sweet aroma with a hint of freshness is suitable for both men and women. Citrus fragrances are more volatile, and yet less persistent.



Tomato seeds contain fat which can be refined into edible oil. They also contain nutrients like sugars, organic acids, vitamins, etc. The sugar is mainly glucose and fructose, while the acids are mainly citric acid and malic acid.

Country of origin: Peru

Extraction methods: Squeezing

Extraction parts: Fruit



Seedless, with thin and smooth skin, the fruit has an elongated oval shape and light green flesh. Lime is rich in protein, carbohydrates, dietary fibre, niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin C, sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc and other nutrients. It has the complete nutrition package and is rich in dietary fibre, perfect for summertime when you may lose your appetite or feel tired. Lime can give you strength and enhance the effectiveness of bodily functions. Lime does not taste as sour as lemon. Its fragrant aroma can promote appetite, and they are rich in vitamin C.

Country of origin: The Middle East region, Central and South America

Extraction methods: Squeezing

Extraction parts: Fruit



Blackcurrant (Saxifragales Grossulariaceae) is a kind of small shrub. Its ripe fruits are small black berries that can be eaten. The fruits can also be processed into juice, jam and other food. Blackcurrant is very rich in vitamin C, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, calcium, anthocyanins and polyphenols.

Country of origin: Europe

Extraction methods: Squeezing

Extraction parts: Fruit



Coconut is the fruit of coconut trees; it is a very popular fruit in the tropical regions. Coconuts can drift across the sea for thousands of kilometers, and start reproduction again even they are far away from the mother tree. The fruits are generally green in colour at harvest. Unripe fruits are in somewhat triangular shape with the size of a football. In southern Thailand, people use trained rhesus monkeys to pick coconuts. In some regions where coconuts are widely planted, coconut milk from unripe coconuts is one of their main drinks. Coconut milk can be consumed directly, or fermented to make coconut wine. The amount of coconut milk in picked coconuts will gradually reduce, so we can use this as an indicator to determine how long the fruits have been stored. The longer it is stored the less coconut juice it has inside. Coconut flesh can be eaten raw. Dried coconut flesh can be used as raw material to extract coconut oils, but can also be used in cooking. Coconut water is the main raw material for the production of coconut fruits; it has a nourishing and refreshing effect, best for treating thirsty heat, and lack of body fluid.

Country of origin: Central America, Asia

Extraction methods: Squeezing

Extraction parts: Fruit
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Pineapple (Bromeliaceae) is a perennial herb with rich nutrition, rapid growth and short production cycle. They can be grown throughout the year in regions with annual average temperature above 23 ℃. There are crown buds on the top of pineapples; and they grow best in warm environment. Pineapples grown in Taiwan have less rough skin than those from mainland China, and some of them have slightly inverted cone shape with much more delicate flesh than ordinary pineapple. They basically do not have any bitter taste and have plenty of water. Pineapples have beautiful shape and a special flavour. Being juicy and sweet, it is a very popular fruit.

Country of origin: Brazil

Extraction methods: Squeezing

Extraction parts: Fruit



Raspberry is a woody plant (Rubus Rosaceae) with sweet and sour fruits. There are barbs on the plant stems. There are many common names for raspberries, such as wild berry, wild strawberry and cranberry, etc. Raspberry fruit is an aggregate fruit (with red, gold and black). They are consumed as fruits in Europe, while only a few in China have them as food. Only a small amount of cultivation is found in the Northeastern China, and they are relatively rare in the markets.

Country of origin: Europe, North America, New Zealand and Australia

Extraction methods: Squeezing

Extraction parts: Fruit