Latest Market Info: Sep, 2023
Late cold and freezing conditions have affected the blooming season of Turkish rose, causing the harvest season to be delayed. The new harvest has been pushed to the end of May, though yields may potentially decline by 30-40% due to cold conditions. Berjé is watching this market carefully and we will provide additional updates as they become available.
Description of Rose Oil Turkish
Brought to Turkey by Bulgarian immigrants during the late 19th century, Rose Oil Turkish is derived from the same Rosa damascena flowers as its Eastern European counterpart, though the oil retains a cleaner, more fruity aroma. In perfumery, Turkish rose oil is used for its rich, sweet, and floral body, imparting a powerful rose odor to almost any fragrance accord. Turkish rose also retains a higher amount of citronellol and geraniol when compared to its Bulgarian cousin, providing it with a stronger, sweeter, and fruitier top note.
1.4570 - 1.4630 @ 30C
0.8480 - 0.8630 @ 30C
All scientific, regulatory and technical data is a guide for product identification purposes only. Only Berje authorized documentation is to be used for validation and confirmation. These documents can be provided upon request.
Harvest Schedule of Rose Oil Turkish
2 MONTHS OF THE YEAR