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Peppercorn, Pink


  • Botanical Name: Schinus molle
  • Origin: Peru
  • Process: Steam Distilled Essential Oil
  • Plant Part: Fruit
  • Cultivation: Cultivated
  • Use: Aromatherapy / Natural Perfumery
  • Note: Middle Note
  • Aroma:¬†Sweet, warm, dry and spicy with hints of angelica and juniper-like notes.
  • Certificate of Analysis
  • MSDS

Product Name SKU Price Qty
  1. Peppercorn, Pink Sample (20-30 drops) 790-3
  2. Peppercorn, Pink 1/4 oz 790-6
  3. Peppercorn, Pink 1/2 oz 790-7
  4. Peppercorn, Pink 1 oz 790-8
  5. Peppercorn, Pink 2 oz 790-9
  6. Peppercorn, Pink 4 oz 790-10
  7. Peppercorn, Pink 8 oz 790-11
  8. Peppercorn, Pink 16 oz 790-12


Pink Peppercorn Essential Oil

The aroma of Pink Peppercorn essential oil is dry, warm-spicy, and fresh, with hints of angelica and juniper-like notes. It can be used as a substitute for Black Pepper in perfumery.

In aromatherapy, Pink Peppercorn is helpful for treating poor circulation, arthritis, respiratory ailments, digestive problems, infections, colds, 'flu, and viral illnesses.

Please note: not compatible with homeopathic treatment.

Aromatherapy Uses: Antiseptic, antiviral, stimulant, bactericidal

Pink Peppercorn - Schinus molle

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Customer Reviews for Peppercorn, Pink

True to name Review by M.
Comparing it to pink peppercorn from cooking, it is a true representation. Some of the same strong, peppery aroma as black pepper, but more delicate and with a floral note. (Posted on 7/7/14)
Has character. Review by Brockton
The actual pepper note is subdued here, with a prominent, borderline citric (think bergamot) juniper note at the fore. I'd agree that there's a hint of wood as well. All in all very interesting. (Posted on 6/27/13)
A delicate spice. Review by Del
Dry and pungent, but less bold than Black Pepper, which I'd only had before. This a little woody, and when I smelled it I felt it at the back of my throat. Its great for adding a bit of spice without being overpowering. It blends well with lighter, delicate oils like florals and citrus. (Posted on 2/18/13)