Lavandin Grosso Spain Lavandula hybrida

  • Description

    Lavandin itself has a history (dating back to the 1820s) of different species all with different compositions. The three most common being ‘Grosso’, ‘Abrialis’ and ‘Super’. In the past, the most common was Abrialis but this has evolved over time with ‘Grosso’ now being the dominant type with over 1,000 MT being produced in France alone each year.

    The lavandin plant is a more robust hybrid and grows well at lower altitudes meaning larger plantations on a more commercial scale can be managed successfully.  

    Read more about lavandin grosso and other lavender’s in our Elementary Essential Oils section.

     

  • Product Details

    • Botanical name: Lavandula hybrida
    • Origin: Spain
    • Crop Season: July - August
    • Plant/part used: Flowering tops
    • Method of extraction: Steam distillation
    • TSCA CAS: 8022-15-9
    • INCI Name: Lavandula hybrida grosso herb oil
    • Appearance: Colorless to pale yellow
    • Organoleptic Properties: Fresh and floral, camphoreous, lavender
    • Density: 0.891 - 0.899
    • Refractive index: 1.458 - 1.462
    • Optical rotation: -7.0º to -3.0º
    • Chemical constituents: Cineole 1,8 + Beta Phellandrene, Linalool, Linalyl Acetate, Camphor, Terpinenol 4
    • IFRA: IFRA restricted
  • Latest Market Information March 28, 2018

    Spain enjoyed a reasonable 2017 season but that wasn’t enough to fill the gaps left by the French in the global market. In addition, there are two major issues, namely that it is difficult to obtain firm offers for any volumes, and obtaining quality approval is difficult since almost all samples analysed this season have been adulterated.

    Market prices Euro 35.00 /kilo
  • Product Enquiry

    To ask us a fair quote for this product, please fill the following form:

    Letters and spaces only (3-25 characters)
    E.g.: name@company.com
    Your message should be 10 characters minimum
    Sending Message
  • Documents & Links