Latest Market Info: Mar, 2023
Peppermint prices from all domestic origins continue to rise. This is largely due to the Midwest drought, which has struck many growing regions including Northern California, Salt Lake, and other areas of the American West. Certain farmers have also refused to plant peppermint in recent years due to the crop's declining value in comparison to food crops such as corn and wheat. This "value" issue has been exacerbated by the global food shortage brought on by the Russia-Ukraine war.
Description of Peppermint Oil Piperita Willamette
Grown and distilled throughout Oregon’s legendary Willamette Valley, Peppermint Oil Piperita Willamette is recognized for its powerful green and minty aroma. The mentholic aspects of this oil are reduced when compared to other varieties of peppermint, allowing the green and bittersweet odor to shine through. While Willamette peppermint oil still retains the herb’s initial cooling effects, the intensity of this effect is less overpowering, allowing the material to remain versatile within soaps and personal care applications. Washington and Oregon are among some of the largest producers of peppermint in the world, and Willamette peppermint is a testament to such ideal growing conditions.
Pale Yellow Liquid
1.4590 - 1.4650 @ 20C
0.8960 - 0.9080 @ 25C
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Harvest Schedule of Peppermint Oil Piperita Willamette
3 MONTHS OF THE YEAR
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