MARKET INFO of Sandalwood Oil Indonesian

Latest Market Info: Sep, 2023

The La Nina effect continues to play a role in Indonesia as we enter the “dry season,” and rain is predicted to continue over the next 3 months. From April to June of 2022, most regions of Indonesia are expected to experience moderate rainfall, with certain regions experiencing a 14% increase over their monthly average. This will have an adverse effect on many Indonesian crops including clove, clove residue, nutmeg, and other regional products.

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Description of Sandalwood Oil Indonesian

Similar to the Ceylon and Indian varieties of sandalwood, Sandalwood Oil Indonesian is steam-distilled from the wood of the Santalum album tree and has been used in perfumery for over 1000 years. The oil is pale and vicious, with a remarkably soft, sweet, and woody odor. Indonesian sandalwood oil also retains balsamic and animal-like undertones, adding further complexity to this luxurious material. In fragrance, sandalwood has been used for almost everything, from floral perfumery to masculine colognes. Indonesian sandalwood’s versatility, paired with its aromatic complexity, has made it a long-term staple of the fragrance industry.

Botanical Name of Sandalwood Oil Indonesian

Santalum album

Appearance of Sandalwood Oil Indonesian

Yellow Liquid







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Refractive Index of Sandalwood Oil Indonesian

1.5000 - 1.5100 @ 20C

Specific Gravity of Sandalwood Oil Indonesian

0.9650 - 0.9800 @ 25C

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