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Kaffir Lime OilIndonesiaCitrus Hystrix L.

Kaffir Lime Oil
Kaffir Lime is a citrus fruit very similar to traditional lime but it is small in size and has a unique, rough, bumpy green skin. Unlike a regular lime tree, its leaf actually resembles two connected leaves. The leaves have a very strong, characteristic fragrance that cannot easily be substituted by other spices or even from oils extracted from other plants in the same family. Indonesian ...

Mace OilIndonesiaMyristica fragrans

Mace Oil
The nutmeg tree, Myristica fragrans is indigenous to the Moluccas, Indonesia. The fruit contains a nut, which is covered by a hard shell. A red coloured webbing/aril (this is mace) covers the shell. Once ripe the fruit will open revealing the mace and will fall to the ground to be collected or it can be picked just before falling. The mace will be carefully removed, dried, then processed by ...

Massoia Bark OilIndonesiaCryptocaria massoia

Massoia Bark Oil
Massoia bark is graded by its C10 lactone content and is available in grades of 50%, 65%, 90% and 95%. Produced from the bark of the massoia tree, the lactone is used as food flavouring and as an additive in the dairy industry. The tree is native to Indonesia, gown at altitudes between 400m-1000m above sea-level. The oil is produced by steam distillation after the chopping then pre-grinding ...

Nutmeg OilIndonesiaMyristica fragrans Houtt.

Nutmeg Oil
The nutmeg tree, Myristica fragrans is indigenous to the Moluccas, Indonesia. The fruit contains a nut, which is covered by a hard shell. A red coloured webbing (known as mace) covers the shell. Once ripe the fruit will open revealing the mace and will fall to the ground to be collected or it can be picked just before falling. The mace will be carefully removed leaving the nutmeg (nut) ...

Patchouli OilIndonesiaPogostemon cablin

Patchouli Oil
Patchouli oil is produced by steam distillation of the dried leaves of Pogostemon Cablin. The plant is native to tropical regions of Asia, and is now extensively cultivated in China, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Mauritius, Taiwan, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam, as well as West Africa. Indonesia is the world’s largest producer of patchouli, accounting for over 80% of the global market. ...