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    • ISSN: 2010-0221 (Print)
    • Abbreviated Title: Int. J. Chem. Eng. Appl.
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IJCEA 2020 Vol.11(4): 89-92 ISSN: 2010-0221
doi: 10.18178/ijcea.2020.11.4.786

Sensory Evaluation of a Perfume Made of Orange Essential Oil

Keneddy Carranza, Ciro Rodriguez, Doris Esenarro, Maria Veliz, and Jennifer Arteaga
Abstract—This research paper addresses the sensory evaluation of a perfume made from orange essential oil, considering the sensory acceptance of a panel of experts. The methodology used gives as sample size eight formulations that were prepared and tested hedonically with ten experts in the field using the instrument on the evaluation sheet that represents five scales of smell references. The evaluation suggests that the most sensorial accepted and elaborated perfume formulation based on orange essential oil should be composed of alcohol (7.1 ml), orange essential oil (1.56 ml), lemon essential oil (0.226 ml), essential oil of cinnamon (0.113 ml) and bergamot essential oil (0.113 ml). The results obtained in the development of the sensory evaluation can conclude that the formulation (F8) is more sensorial accepted.

Index Terms—Sensory evaluation, essential oil, orange essential.

Keneddy Carranza is with National University Federico Villarreal Lima, Peru (e-mail: carraxa@gmail.com).
Ciro Rodriguez is with National University Mayor de San Marcos, Peru (e-mail: crodriguez@unfv.edu.pe).
Doris Esenarro and Maria Veliz are with Specialized Institute for Ecosystems and Natural Resources Research (INERN) UNFV, Peru (e-mail: desenarro@unfv.edu.pe, maveliz@unfv.edu.pe).
Jennifer Arteaga is with Peruvian University of Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC), Lima, Peru (e-mail: U20151C024@upc.edu.pe).

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Cite: Keneddy Carranza, Ciro Rodriguez, Doris Esenarro, Maria Veliz, and Jennifer Arteaga, "Sensory Evaluation of a Perfume Made of Orange Essential Oil," International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Applications vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 89-92, 2020.

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