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VETIVER OIL, JAVA

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VETIVER OIL, JAVA- Base note, woody, green, earthy and herbal. Vetiver imparts green woody soft notes. It is extremely close to the actual vetiver root in aroma, but with a cleaner and more refined impact. A must-have for all perfumers.

Vetiver blends well with grapefruit, lavender, jasmine and ylang-ylang.

  • IPC Number00220931
  • CAS Number8016-96-4
  • EINECS Number282-490-8
  • Vapor Pressure0.01 hPa
  • Specific Gravity0.9780 to 0.9980
  • Color amber to brown
  • OriginIndonesia
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  • Processed part roots
  • ProcessHydro distillation
  • Yield1 kg is made from about 200 kg of roots
  • AspectAmber viscous liquid
  • List of main constituents khusimol, vetiverols, beta- vetivone, alpha- vetivone, zizanoic acids
  • Olfactory DescriptionWoody earthy character with mellow smoky green tones.
  • Flashpoint212 °F ( 100 °C )
  • Shelf Life12 MONTHS
  • ColorAMBER TO BROWN
  • Physical StateLIQUID
  • AppearanceCLEAR LIQUID

Product Reviews

(7 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Warming vetiver.
Tatiana Naumova (Moscow, ) 8/25/2017 11:35 PM
The smell of deep Sunny autumn. The roots of the trees in the forest, covered with fallen leaves, under the action of humidity and heat starts to evaporate the smell like this.
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Great, Versatile Vetiver
Charlie (USA) 4/6/2017 5:44 AM
This is a very pleasant vetiver. Very round, woody and earthy, like walking through a dried out forest during the winter season. Some other vetivers can be harsh or super smoky, but not this one.
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A keeper!! A must!!
Bernardina Kimmerle (Riverside, CA) 4/22/2015 8:33 PM
This is a keeper when it comes to formulating your base notes. I've used this in my men's cologne and citrus colognes - works with Jasmin, tuberose as well in small measured quantities. After the top and mid notes dry off, the dry down is the deep Vetiver scent - green...woody...tad spicy... I am ordering more....