Latest Market Info: Jun, 2022
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.
Description of Vetiver Oil Indonesian
Vetiver Oil Indonesian has its origins in antiquity, with use dating back to the earliest days of perfumery. The oil is steam-distilled from the dried and washed roots of the Vetiveria zizanioides grass, which has its origins throughout India, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka. Its extensive historical use has kept the material in high demand almost everywhere, and vetiver supports a wide variety of local growing communities within the regions it is cultivated. The aroma of vetiver oil is sweet, earthy, and woody, often compared to wet wood or damp soil. Beyond its utility as a fixative ingredient, vetiver is extremely popular among high-class perfumers, especially those developing woody, amber, or other masculine fragrances. Indonesian vetiver oil is often paired with ingredients such as lavender, clary sage, and green patchouli absolute.
Aroma & Flavor of Vetiver Oil Indonesian
Intensely sweet, earthy, and woody; the oil's aroma is highly tenacious and often compared to the scent of wet wood or damp soil.
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