Highly penetrating, grassy-minty, sweet, clean, camphoraceous odor. Taste has a slight green note with plenty of cooling & power. Commonly used in confection and chewing gum, but due to its unique profile, it can be utilized in a variety of applications. 

Botanical Name: Mentha piperita
INCI Name: Mentha Piperita Oil
CAS: 8006-90-4
Country of Origin: USA
Region: Far West
State: Idaho 
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Part of Plant Used: Herb
Details: All Natural, Kosher, Food Grade, Commercial Grade, Soap
Top Constituents: Menthol, Menthone

Why the name 1879? Lebermuth crafted this oil as a tribute to the original chewing gum flavor created in 1879 when William White discovered how to flavor chicle - choosing peppermint as the first flavor.

Menthofuran levels: The flowering herb is steam distilled to yield higher menthofuran levels. For lower menthofuran levels, a non-flowering herb is steam distilled. 

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  • Prop 65
  • Kosher