Lavender High Altitude Essential Oil

Adam Michael has this to say “It is principally to the esters that lavender owes its delicate perfume and high altitude lavender essential oil has arguably the finest aroma of all lavender oils. Lavender high altitude essential oil grows at around 1500 metres above sea-level, contains approximately 55% linalyl acetate and is also known as lavender 50/52. Aromatically it is indeed an excellent material, great strength, lavender field fresh, really full bodied lavender floral with a somewhat fruity nuance. Provides lift to floral accords, imparts intense freshness within herbal accords, a must for lavender bases and pairs very well with patchoulol rich materials.

Produced by steam distilling the freshly cut flowering tops of high altitude grown lavender, yellowish in colour, of a pourable viscosity and a truly fantastic bottle of lavender.”

Botanical Name: Lavandula angustifolia

Origin: France

Wholesale weights (all prices excluding vat):  250G = 110 Euros. 1 Kilo = 430 Euros.