Dill Seed Oil is steam distilled from the crushed dried, mature fruit of Anethum graveolens. It is cultivated in the USA, Hungary, Holland, Italy, England, Germany, India, and Pakistan. Dill Seed Oil is pale yellow or almost colourless (when fresh) and very mobile. Its odour is light and fresh, warm-spicy and reminiscent of caraway and spearmint, although less sharp. The taste is warm, slightly burning, but pleasant and powerfully aromatic-sweet. Dill seed is extremely popular in Sweden where many types of bread are flavoured with the seed. The American “rye bread” is flavoured with Caraway Oil or Carvone.