Description of Lavender Oil 40/42 Bulgarian

Lavender has played an integral role in the economy of Bulgaria since the mid-19th century. The flower finds particularly high cultivation within the Bulgarian village of Starosel, which has functioned as an important farming region since the days of Thracian settlers and the Odrysian Kingdom. Lavender Oil Bulgarian is harvested and distilled during the warm summer months, during which the plant's blossoms have their highest concentrations of essential oils. This practice imparts the oil with a remarkably fragrant odor, exhibiting a pleasant blend of floral, herbal, and sweet notes. Bulgarian Lavender Oil also retains a unique hay-like character upon drydown, which adds further complexity to its aromatic profile. In fragrance, Lavender Oil Bulgarian is often used for high-end soaps and perfumes, blended alongside materials such as vanilla, rosemary, and honey.

Aroma & Flavor of Lavender Oil 40/42 Bulgarian

Floral and herbal, with a sweet nuance unique to the region of Bulgaria. Also retains a warm, somewhat fruity and herbaceous nuance alongside its delicate sweeter undertones.

Botanical Name of Lavender Oil 40/42 Bulgarian

Lavandula angustifolia

Appearance of Lavender Oil 40/42 Bulgarian

Pale Yellow Liquid





EXTRACTION method of Lavender Oil 40/42 Bulgarian

Steam Distillation

Physical Properties of Lavender Oil 40/42 Bulgarian

Colorless to yellow liquid

Refractive Index of Lavender Oil 40/42 Bulgarian

1.4590 - 1.4700 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Lavender Oil 40/42 Bulgarian

0.8750 - 0.8880 @ 25C

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