Often harvested and distilled alongside the clove plant’s buds and stems, Clove Leaf Oils are extracted from the fragrant leaves of clove trees. Berjé carries a variety of Clove Leaf Oils, as listed below.


Clove Leaf Oil Indonesian 70/80

Distilled from the leaves of the Eugenia caryophyllata plant, Clove Leaf oil Indonesian 70/80 is often harvested and extracted alongside its clove bud counterpart. This oil has many similar components to those found within clove bud oil, notably Eugenol, which occurs at a level of 78-80% within clove leaf oil. Indonesian Clove Leaf oil is also used as the source for Caryophyllene and the numerous Eugenol derivatives. This makes the oil especially popular among “affordable” spicy and woody perfumes.

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Clove Leaf Oil Madagascar 80/82

An essential oil distilled from the fragrant leaves of the Eugenia caryophyllata tree, Clove Leaf Oil 82% Madagascar is primarily utilized to impart a spicy, slight sweet nuance to many different perfumes and soaps. Harsher and more phenolic than the typical clove bud oil, this clove leaf oil imparts an odor similar to that of burnt bread. This makes it an ideal component of dry or woody mixtures, as the peppery aroma of clove leaf works well alongside other distinctly spiced ingredients such as basil, cinnamon, and peppermint.

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Clove Leaf Oil Redistilled

A redistilled variant of the standard clove leaf oil, Clove Leaf Redistilled is sweeter and less harsh than its unrefined counterpart. This essential oil still retains the dry and woody nuances typical of clove leaf, but also carries an odor that is much closer to traditional eugenol than other ingredients of the same quality. This makes it especially popular among pharmaceuticals, as well as perfumes and soaps, as its eugenol similarities provide a particularly phenolic quality.

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