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While black cherries have caught the attention of our taste buds for generations, their scent is a wonderfully unique addition to any craft-lovers fragrance oil collection. Black cherry fragrance oil is strong, deep, and tart, and can be used to:

  • Add a daring touch of boldness to any fragrance blend

  • Make summertime fruit-inspired DIY projects

  • Create candles, potpourri, body products, & more!

Read more about Black Cherry Fragrance Oil

What are Black Cherries?

A traditional staple in America, black cherries (Prunus serotina) grow on woody trees that thrive throughout eastern North America. These trees, tall and long-lived, were beloved by Native Americans who resided in the Catskills for their tasty fruits and useful wood. In fact, today black cherry wood is considered one of the most valuable in North America!

The round, unassuming black cherry hides a robust punch of flavor in each bite. Thanks to its delectable tartness, it is a classic ingredient in pies, jams, and other flavorings. It wasn’t until recent years that there came a true appreciation for the scent of black cherries, and so they have found their way into the world of fragrance oils!

Black Cherry Fragrance Oil

A strong, deep aroma, black cherry fragrance oil embodies the bold tart-meets-sweetness reminiscent of freshly picked black cherries. Many find the scent to be undeniably succulent and bright as it adds a daring touch of boldness to any fragrance blend. Black cherry fragrance oil is wonderful in summertime-inspired DIY projects thanks to its nostalgic connection with warm months.

Directions for Use

Piping Rock’s top-quality fragrance oils mimic the natural scent of plants, flowers, and other favorite aromas. Use black cherry fragrance oil in any DIY project that could use a strong, deep burst of fragrance, such as in making perfume, candles, soaps, body products, potpourri, and more! Fragrance oils can also be used in diffusers as you would with essential oils.