Description of Ho Leaf Oil
Harvested and steam-distilled alongside the fragrant wood of the Cinnamomum Camphora plant, Ho Leaf oil has a sweet and floral aroma that is often compared to a mixture of coriander and bois de rose. Clean and delicate-smelling, the odor of ho leaf has very few notes of camphor (if any), instead possessing a much stronger affinity towards pure linalool. In fragrance, ho leaf oil is used in a multitude of different perfumes, particularly those which include other sweet or floral ingredients. The oil’s high versatility, combined with its pleasant odor and high mixability, makes it a staple product among soaps, detergents, and other commercial fragrances.
Aroma & Flavor of Ho Leaf Oil
Aroma is sweet, floral, and clean, with a “delicate” nuance comparable to bois de rose. Odor smells almost purely of linalool, becoming slightly woody and warm upon dry down.
Cinnamomum camphora (l.) j. presl
1.4570 - 1.4690 @ 20C
0.8500 - 0.8700 @ 25C
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Harvest Schedule of Ho Leaf Oil
2 MONTHS OF THE YEAR