Latest Market Info: Jun, 2022
Egypt’s 2021 crop season for Chamomile Blue was much larger than previous years, causing availability to surge. Despite the increase in material, prices have remained relatively firm due to heavy demand from the aromatherapy sector.
Description of Chamomile Oil Blue
Steam-distilled from the dried florets of the Matricaria chamomilla plant, Chamomile Oil Blue is sometimes referred to as "Chamomile Oil German" or "True Chamomile Oil," and is widely recognizable for its deep, ink-blue coloration. Intensely sweet and herbaceous, Chamomile oil Blue can impart a fresh and fruity nuance to a variety of fragrance blends, adding a unique coumarin-like quality as well.
Blue Chamomile oil also retains a warm and freshly sweet dry down, with an odor sometimes compared to tobacco. Used in a variety of high-class perfumes, this essential oil provides rich and tenaciously warm undertones, lasting throughout all stages of evaporation. In flavor, Chamomile oil Blue is sometimes used in specialty liqueurs, especially those with herbal or spicy-warm twists.
See other Chamomile Oils
Aroma & Flavor of Chamomile Oil Blue
Odor is incredibly sweet and herbaceous, with a coumarin-like nuance and tenaciously warm drydown. Its flavor is warm and sweet, containing an intensely herbaceous and somewhat bitter kick.
Matricaria chamomilla l.
Blue-Green To Deep Blue Liquid ( May Turn Green Or Brown With Exposure To Light Or Air
1.4900 - 1.5200 @ 20C
0.9100 - 0.9580 @ 25C
All scientific, regulatory and technical data is a guide for product identification purposes only. Only Berje authorized documentation is to be used for validation and confirmation. These documents can be provided upon request.
*Available Upon Request
• Safety Data Sheet
• Certificate of Analysis
• Specification Sheet
Technical Data Sheet