Culinary Solvent vs "Culinary Solvent Perfumers Alcohol": Similarities Explained
If you are reading this page, you are probably curious to find out if Culinary Solvent is the same as Culinary Solvent Perfumers Alcohol. Short answer: they are exactly identical in every way. Read more to find out about the similarities and differences between Culinary Solvent and Culinary Solvent's Perfumer's Alcohol here.
What is the same on the inside of the bottle (ie the contents) and outside (ie the label)?
Answer: Everything. Literally, everything.
What is different on the inside of the bottle (ie the contents) and outside (ie the label)?
Answer: Nothing. Literally, nothing.
Why offer different product listings for the same product?
100% ethanol is useful for so many applications. In fact, the breadth of versatility exhibited by Culinary Solvent has presented me with a challenge: "How do I convey Culinary Solvent's 100% ethyl alcohol is perfect for everyone?" Instead of cramming a single product listing with examples (and keywords) of potential uses, I have begun creating individual listings which emphasize particular uses applications for our 100% ethanol. See also, extraction alcohol, utility alcohol, and food coloring (just to get started). I'm always looking to improve, send me comments if you got 'em, Thanks! -Scott
Can I use "Culinary Solvent Perfumers Alcohol" to make tinctures using herbs from my garden?
Answer: Yes! Culinary Solvent Perfumers Alcohol is 100% nondenatured ethyl alcohol, great for extracting the beneficial components of many herbs and botanicals.
Can I use regular Culinary Solvent to make perfume?
Answer: Yes! All Culinary Solvent products contain only pure ethyl alcohol and are all perfect for making perfume.
Does these similarities apply to the "Certified Organic Culinary Solvent" and "Certified Organic Culinary Solvent Perfumers Alcohol"?
Answer: Yes! "Certified Organic Culinary Solvent" and "Certified Organic Culinary Solvent Perfumers Alcohol" are both 100% ethyl alcohol products, packed and shipped in identical bottles because they are identical products.