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Essential Oil Groups

By September 8, 2010April 27th, 2016No Comments

Aire-Master fragrances are unique, custom blends, designed for maximum performance and aroma quality. Not every fragrance appeals to everyone, nor is every fragrance ideally suited to every environment or situation. That is why Aire-Master offers the widest variety available.


Orange, lemon, bergamot — Citrus oils are among the most volatile; they disperse quickly. They have fresh, zesty aromas that blend well with florals and spices.


Apple, cherry, strawberry — These scents are usually quite strong and long lasting. Some fruits blend well with spices and woods.


Rose, lilac, jasmine — Florals are extremely versatile; they blend well with oils from most group.

Herbs and SpicesHerbs & Spices

Cinnamon, ginger, mint — They are strong, slow evaporating and long lasting. Herbs and spices blend well with oils from most other groups, especially citrus and woods.

Pine cone and needlesWoods

Cedarwood, pine — Woodsy aromas can be sweet, bitter, green, or earthy. They are among the slowest evaporating and longest lasting oils. Woods blend well with florals and spices.


Specialty scents, neutrals — These include food-type aromas, cologne and perfume types, and seasonal fragrances. This category also includes neutral odor killers that contain little or no scent.

View our current Fragrance List.