Bergamot has a wonderfully refreshing, unique citrus aroma with a fresh floral quality. If you've never smelled bergamot essential oil, you may recognize the aroma from Earl Grey tea.
Stomachic essential oils promote healthy digestive function.
Since there are two unique varieties of chamomile, you’ll find their aromas also vary. German (Blue) chamomile, Matricaria recutita, has an herbaceous fragrance that is sweet, fruity, strong, and rich, while Roman chamomile, Anthemis nobilis / Chamaemelum nobile, smells like fresh apples.
As the quintessential scent of a holiday home, cinnamon essential oil has a warm, peppery, spicy aroma. Cinnamon leaf essential oils tend to have an earthier, more herbaceous fragrance, while oils extracted from cinnamon bark are warmer and drier in aroma.
Clary Sage’s aroma varies, but it is most often described as earthy and warming. Some variations emanate fruit, floral, sweet, or bittersweet scents, while others are considered musky, herbaceous, or dry.
Black pepper has a warm, spicy, peppery aroma, very much like sniffing your pepper grinder! However, the essential oil is more woody than the fragrance of freshly ground pepper, and may be a bit more earthy as well.
Peppermint offers a pleasant and familiar aroma, uplifting and fresh in its mint-based scent. It can be a strongly fragrant oil, as peppermint essence is highly concentrated.
Rosemary essential oil has a slightly medicinal smell somewhat like camphor. Depending on the variety, it can be reminiscently herbaceous like pine trees, woody, or even minty.
Elemi essential oil has a fresh, lightly resinous, lemony aroma.