Fresh, rich, and spicy with hints of juniper, the aroma of Pink Berries CO2 is wonderfully stimulating to the senses. It is extracted from the berries of a flowering evergreen shrub, commonly known as the Brazilian Pepper tree, which is native to subtropical and tropical South America. As the berries mature, they turn pink, and are also known as “pink pepper” and “false pepper.” Despite these popular alternative names, it is not related to any plant in the Pepper family. However, Pink Berries CO2 is used in perfumery as an alternative to Black Pepper due to its exotic, spicy scent.
Pink Berries CO2 makes a great addition to spicy, fruity, woody, and floral blends. When used topically, it is known to help calm occasional digestive upset or to ease the discomfort associated with sore muscles due to overexertion.