Latest Market Info: Oct, 2022
Cedarwood Texas remains a difficult product due to increasing production costs and lack of labor availability.
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8/9/22: Production of domestic cedarwood oil has improved in recent weeks, though many costs associated with its production have also increased (fuel, labor, etc.). As a result, prices for cedarwood oil have risen.
11/10/21: The situation with domestic cedarwood production remains challenging, though Berjé continues to work with suppliers and expedite the supply chain. Our recent purchase of a large log-loader in Texas is expected to help accelerate logistics in the region; we are heavily invested in the supply chain here and are doing everything in our power to assist with production and transportation.
10/28/21: Challenges with domestic cedarwood continue; severe labor shortages have caused production challenges across the board. Wood collection and raw material processing remain more and more difficult. Oil production has continued, though this is slower than desired.
10/4/21: Domestic cedarwood remains a challenging product due to a combination of weather, labor, and production issues. For more information, please visit our full article on Berjé Online.
2/16/21: Due to a sudden influx in winter weather, Cedarwood plants in Texas have temporarily shut down. We estimate that this shut down will be very short-term but we will continue to monitor the situation as time goes on.
Description of Cedarwood Oil Texas Crude
Also referred to as "Texas Cedarwood Oil Crude," this grade of cedarwood oil is less refined than its perfume-ready counterpart. The oil exhibits a dark coloration, with an intense viscosity and highly pronounced "campfire" top note. The aroma of Cedarwood Oil Texas is woody and tenacious, with a unique tar-like sweetness not present in other cedarwood varieties. This heavy odor, combined with its intense concentration of cedrenol, makes Cedarwood Oil Texas an excellent addition to different many perfume types (when dark coloration is not an issue).
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Aroma & Flavor of Cedarwood Oil Texas Crude
A balanced combination of dry, sweet, and woody, with all the typical nuances of cedar. During drydown, the odor is balsamic, sweet, woody and remains tenacious.
Juniperus mexicana schiede
Yellow to amber liquid
1.4990 - 1.5150 @ 20C
0.9470 - 0.9630 @ 25C
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• Safety Data Sheet
• Certificate of Analysis
• Specification Sheet
Technical Data Sheet