patchoulioilindonesian


Nov 1st, 2017

Prices at source have gradually come down.  After a good crop quantities are available at source.




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Berje Inc
Berje Inc
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Jan 10th, 2020

Prices are firming monthly due to limited quantities available due to a prolonged drought in Sulawesi, the main cultivation are in Indonesia.



Aug 1st, 2019

Another Indonesian product hampered by excessive rain. Pricing firm.



May 1st, 2019

With earthquakes and tsunamis, as well as being the rainy season, prices are firm.



Apr 1st, 2019

Indonesia is firmly entrenched in their Rainy Season, which hampers production of oil. Prices are expected to be firm until mid-end second half of 2019.



Mar 1st, 2019

Prices still firming, demand greater than current supply.



Feb 1st, 2019

Reports indicate that prices have jumped; availability lessens every month due to the damage caused by the Tsunami and El Nino.



Nov 1st, 2015

Currently there are broad differences in pricing and quality in the Patchouli market, with a 175% difference in pricing between the highest and lowest offers.  Prices depend on a combination of Patchouli Alcohol levels, acid values, and the island of origin.  To gauge this market properly one must know the quality needed versus the quality being offered by the competition.  We expect this situation to persist for the time being.