Lavender AOC Essential Oil

Adam Michael has this to say “Lavender AOC essential oil, the AOC stands for Appellation d’origine contrôlée (AOC), which in English translates as – controlled designation of origin. It is certification that covers a broad spectrum of agricultural products from meats, cheeses, wines and in this instance Lavender essential oil. This oil is considered as the crème de la crème of steam distilled lavender oils and I agree. To achieve AOC certification it means the producer has to comply with very rigid rules. The plant will be grown in a specific location enabling optimal and consistent results, producing an oil with an almost identical naturally chemistry each and every time. If it does not meet the criteria it does not get the certification.”

Joseph Colbourne has this to sayThe quality of this French lavender AOC essential oil derived from Lavendula angustifolum is immediate upon first whiff. My nose seems to detect that extra care was taken by distillers in creating this beauty. It is rounder and more floral in character than other lavender oils, and is outstanding in its freshness and radiance. The clean, linalolic, sheer characteristics of French lavender are amplified, demonstrating an unparalleled tenacity. Repeated inhalation elicits a pleasantly tranquilizing effect! Its lulling, soft, powdery dry down can provide an excellent bridge to bases containing oakmoss, clary sage, or labdanum.”

Botanical Name: Lavandula angustifolia

Origin: France

Wholesale weights (all prices excluding vat): 100G = 100 Euros.