Nutmeg oil is formed from the dry seed that is found inside the fruit that suspends from a tropical evergreen known botanically as the Meristic fragrant. The outer part of the fruit is called mace, whereas the inner portion consists of a brown seed otherwise known as nutmeg. Once the seed shrinks away from the outer shell, it is ground and steam distilled, leaving a colorless to pale yellow clear liquid with a distinctive odor. Nutmeg oil is extremely popular throughout the fall and winter months due to its characteristic cinnamon-like flavor. Recognized for being nutty as well as spicy, it is an essential ingredient for pumpkin pies, cider and butternut squash. When diffused it gives off a woodsy, yet warm and sweet aroma.
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