100% pure and natural
All ingredients contained in the product are 100% pure and natural and non-synthetic.
Organic cherry oil
You'll love this ORGANIC certified, cold-pressed wild cherry oil for its delicious taste and wonderful aroma. Plant-based ice creams, RAW desserts and other sweet dishes are pleasantly softened and given an original touch. You really only need a spoonful.
Wild cherry across the centuries
Beautifully blossoming wild cherries grew through the landscape along the Caspian and Black Seas as early as 300 BC. Their juicy fruits gradually won over the ancient Greeks, Persians and Indians. The Romans also contributed, spreading the cherry to other parts of the world. 
Extraordinary oil with a wonderful fragrance
Extraordinary composition and wonderful fragrance, for these and other unique properties, cherry oil is used not only in food but also in cosmetics, where it is added to moisturizing creams and multi-ingredient oil serums. [2,3]
Origin and cultivation
Gently extracted, cold pressed
Golden wild cherry oil is extracted from wild cherry kernels using a gentle process,** cold-pressing.** As a result, it retains its natural color, aroma, and maximum amount of vitamins, minerals, and biologically active compounds.
Composition and properties
Omega-6 fatty linoleic acid
The nutritional and other valuable properties of wild cherry oil are mainly due to the presence of essential omega-6 fatty acid linoleic acid, which makes up to over 50% of the total fatty acids.
In plant-based ice creams, RAW desserts, sweet dishes
For its naturally delicious taste and original touch, wild cherry oil is an ideal ingredient for plant-based ice creams, RAW desserts and other sweet dishes. Jeho přídavkem lze docílit i jejich požadované jemnosti. You really only need a spoonful.
Country of origin
- 100% natural
- Free of dyes and preservatives
- Suitable for vegans and vegetarians
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 Kazempour-Samak, M.; et al. Sour Cherry (Cerasus vulgaris Miller) Kernel Oil as the Novel Functional Edible Oil: Sensory Evaluation and Antioxidant and Physicochemical Properties. J. Food Qual. 2021, 1–9.