Latest Market Info: Sep, 2022
The La Nina effect continues to play a role in Indonesia as we enter the “dry season,” and rain is predicted to continue over the next 3 months. From April to June of 2022, most regions of Indonesia are expected to experience moderate rainfall, with certain regions experiencing a 14% increase over their monthly average. This will have an adverse effect on many Indonesian crops including clove, clove residue, nutmeg, and other regional products.
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1/6/22: Increased rainfall in Indonesia over the next 3 months will put pressure on farm production and yields within the region. This will be especially difficult for clove and clove derivatives. Prices on these products will continue to firm.
11/15/21: Due to the ongoing rains in Indonesia, clove producers have not had an opportunity to dry their raw materials, making the price for clove oil and its derivatives very volatile right now. Supply is currently limited and is expected to remain this way until the end of the ongoing rainy season.
9/13/21: A large portion of clove production is based in Indonesia, which has continued to suffer through an extended rainy season. These weather conditions reduce oil production and place limits on the crop’s harvest season. As such, prices for all clove oils and derivatives are expected to rise over the next month.
1/25/21: Heavy rainfall has caused a lack of availability within clove-producing regions, as the crop is easily damaged by severe weather conditions. This lack of material will cause prices to remain firm.
Description of Clove Bud Oil Indonesian
An extremely popular essential oil distilled from the flower buds of the Indonesian Eugenia caryophyllata tree, Clove Bud Oil Indonesian is primarily used in the flavor industry for its sweet and spicy nuances. This woody and slightly balsamic flavor profile makes the oil a must-have for many different spice blends, especially those that also incorporate additional dry and fruity flavorings. However, this oil also enjoys niche popularity within modern perfumery, as the natural richness of the oil pairs excellently with ingredients such as rose, honeysuckle, and other deep florals.
Aroma & Flavor of Clove Bud Oil Indonesian
Sweet and spicy, with a highly aromatic woody and somewhat balsamic flavor profile. Odor is very spicy and rich, with a powdery nuance that pairs well with many different deeply-floral aromatics.
Syzygium aromaticum l.
Pale Yellow-Amber Liquid
1.5270 - 1.5350 @ 20C
1.0380 - 1.0600 @ 25C
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