Chamomile Moroccan E.O

Adam Michael has this to say “A big hit of dried fig biscuits in the opening, lots of tea nuances, lots of apple fruit, spices, herbaceous warmth, floral and cistus like qualities throughout, this material is aromatically compelling.

Produced by steam distilling the flowers, yellow/greenish-brown of colour and of a pourable viscosity. Within perfumery, pairs well with most lavender materials, is a must for building fruity-herbaceous notes and pairs really well with Burley rich Tobacco accords. In the world of Aromatherapy this material is not to be confused or substituted for German or Roman Chamomile materials.”

Botanical Name: Cladanthus mixtus aka Ormenis mixta aka Chamaemelum mixtu

Origin: Morocco