Latest Market Info: Jun, 2022
Due to the ongoing effects of La Nina, rains in India have not stopped. A large influx of rainfall can influence the quality and quantity of lemongrass oil, making yields lower and diminishing the crop's overall output. Demand remains strong and prices are firm.
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8/26/21: Prices continue to move up due to low availability. Sourcing out of Indonesia has become more complicated due to a combination of heavy rainfall and COVID-19 travel restrictions placed on farmers.
8/24/21: Production of new oil has just started, though bad weather continues to be an issue for the region. Despite some production issues, demand for lemongrass remains very high and will continue to push prices upwards.
Description of Lemongrass Oil East Indian
A popular green citrus ingredient native to India and Southeastern Asia, Lemongrass Oil is often used for soups and flavored teas, as well as many different health and beauty products. Steam-distilled and highly substantive, this oil has an earthy citrus odor that can maintain its scent for almost 72 hours, making it a widely used spice among Asian and African dishes. Outside of the kitchen, its fresh, flora, grassy notes make it a highly popular fragrance in soaps, detergents, and other cleaning products.
Aroma & Flavor of Lemongrass Oil East Indian
Very strong lemony and grassy aroma, with a herbaceous tea-like odor. This pungent aromatic also retains a pleasantly clean, somewhat aldehydic smell.
Cymbopogon flexuosus (nees ex steudel) will. watson
1.4830 - 1.4890 @ 20C
0.8900 - 0.9040 @ 25C
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Harvest Schedule of Lemongrass Oil East Indian
11 MONTHS OF THE YEAR
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