Emerald Kalama Chemical

Emerald Kalama Chemical

Cinnamic Alcohol FCC

Cinnamon, Oriental, Hyacinth-Balsamic Notes

Kalama® Cinnamic Alcohol FCC, also known as cinnamyl alcohol, is an aromatic alcohol and a valuable component in perfume compositions. It adds spicy, oriental notes to foods such as candy, gum and ice cream, to personal care items such as soaps, perfumes, and to household care products, Kalama® Cinnamic Alcohol FCC is a colorless, crystalline solid with a hyacinth-like balsamic odor.

Kalama® Cinnamic Alcohol FCC is also used as a starting material for the synthesis of fragrance compounds, such as cinnamyl acetate, formate, propionate, cinnamate, and several pharmaceutical products.

Cinnamic Alcohol is a FDA GRAS ingredient ( 21 CFR §172.51).

 

Attribute Value
Specifications
Production Facility Kalama, WA, USA
CAS No. 104-54-1
Flavor/Fragrance Notes Spicy, oriental
Typical Properties
Assay 98.0% minimum
Odor Characteristic
Color White to slightly yellow
Appearance Solid
Flash Point >93°C (>200°F)
Solidification Point Not less than 31°C (88°F)
Solubility in Alcohol 1 g in 1 ml of 70% alcohol remains in solution to 10 ml
Application Group Application Description Notes
Flavor & Fragrance Blend Fragrance Application Valuable component in perfume compositions, providing hyacinth-like balsamic aroma Spicy, oriental, hyacinth-balsamic
Food Flavor Application Flavoring agent for bakery, candy/gum, ice cream Cinnamon
Household Care Fragrance Application Fragrance used in Household Items. Cinnamon
Personal Care Fragrance Application Adds spicy, oriental, hyacinth-like balsamic notes to soaps and perfumes. Valuable component in perfume compositions. Cinnamon, spicy, oriental
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