Description of Rose Oil Bulgarian

Rose Oil Bulgarian has been produced just south of the Balkan Mountains for over 400 years, remaining one of the most precious and luxurious essential oils across the entire flavor & fragrance industry. The great value of rose oil is due in part to the fact that it requires approximately 3-4 tons of rose petals to produce a single kilo of oil, all of which must be hand-picked from between 1750 and 3500 individual rose flowers. Rose Oil Bulgarian is central to innumerable fragrances and accords, both modern and vintage, making it transcend the stylistic shifts that often occur with each new decade. However, this prevalence hasn't stopped innovation within the oil's many applications. The rich, full-bodied quality of its powdery and sweet-floral aroma is sometimes modernized to be more sheer, light, and watery.

Aroma & Flavor of Rose Oil Bulgarian

While all rose oils carry a warm and floral quality, Bulgarian Rose differentiates itself by having a prominent clove-like spiciness upon drydown. This characteristic makes Bulgarian Rose Oil particularly well-suited for floral and spicy fragrances.

Botanical Name of Rose Oil Bulgarian

Rosa damascena

Appearance of Rose Oil Bulgarian

Colorless To Yellow Liquid







EXTRACTION method of Rose Oil Bulgarian


Principle Constituents of Rose Oil Bulgarian

Citronellol, Geraniol

Regions where Rose Oil Bulgarian can be found


Refractive Index of Rose Oil Bulgarian

1.435 - 1.485 @ 30C

Specific Gravity of Rose Oil Bulgarian

0.835 - 0.876 @ 30C

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