Latest Market Info: Sep, 2023
Market for ginger is firm but stable; prices have moved down somewhat due to lower freight costs and reduced demand.
↓ See All Previous Market History
11/8/21: Despite the ongoing rains in Indonesia and India, prices for citronella and ginger have remained stable and are not expected to increase further.
8/23/21: Ginger has started its next crop season in India after an extensive rainy season. Due to the low prices of last season, growers are unlikely to produce as much material this year.
Description of Ginger Oil Indian
Steam-distilled from the dried, unpeeled, freshly ground rhizomes of the Zingiber officinale plant, Ginger Oil Indian is derived from one of the most commonly cultivated spices in the world, utilized across a wide range of markets and manufacturers. Heavily used in both flavor and fragrance, this oil instantly provides a warm, fresh and woody odor, with a spicy nuance that unravels into a somewhat citrusy drydown. Bold and tenacious, Ginger Oil Indian is extremely rich in its flavor profile, making it a common addition to baked goods and spice blends. Its sweet and spicy odor also makes it a popular addition to Oriental-style perfumes, blending well with citrus ingredients such as sweet orange, lime, and bergamot.
Aroma & Flavor of Ginger Oil Indian
Warm and fresh, with spicy and woody odor that is instantly recognizable. Extremely tenacious in both odor and flavor, with an intense richness and sweet and spicy flavor.
Zingiber officinale rosc.
1.4880 - 1.4940 @ 20C
0.8700 - 0.8820 @ 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.
Harvest Schedule of Ginger Oil Indian
2 MONTHS OF THE YEAR