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Vetiver Oil Paraguay

4.80 out of 5
(5 customer reviews)

$11.00$132.00

MSDS Vetiver Paraguay/Manufactured by Alpacasa

CAS 8016-96-4

Odor Description – Produced by steam distillation of the dried roots. The aroma is a rich woody and smooth character with balsamic and earthy nuances, a sweet dry down with excellent tenacity and shelf life.

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MSDS Vetiver Paraguay/Manufactured by Alpacasa

CAS 8016-96-4

Odor Description – Produced by steam distillation of the dried roots. The aroma is a rich woody and smooth character with balsamic and earthy nuances, a sweet dry down with excellent tenacity and shelf life.

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5g, 25g, 60g, 200g

5 reviews for Vetiver Oil Paraguay

  1. 5 out of 5

    cobbsrice

    Must have vetiver from Paraguay, which is smooth and grounding without that bbq grill smokiness one experiences with the Indonesia species of vetiver. I sampled this a while back; so glad Christine found a supplier of quality vetiver. This is the only place where you can buy the vetiver from Paraguay. Most companies only sale Haitian or Indonesian vetiver.

  2. 5 out of 5

    leicaboy

    This is really excellent vetiver oil and a great value, considering. The topnote has a bit of an earthy-potato quality along with a pleasant woody sweetness but I’m finding that as it dries it’s impressively diffusive and woody-sweet with a nice clarity and smoothness (the Vetiver Bourbon has a richer topnote and is a bit less earthy, I find).

    Who knew Paraguay produced such nice vetiver?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kait

    I was super surprised by this and so happy I sampled it. Locking the smoke or other typical facets I detected in it sheer beautiful green notes & a lovely white floral. This Vetiver would make a lovely addition for enhancing a Galbanum topped white floral perfume.

  4. 4 out of 5

    tysonurich

    Very unusual light-type oil with strong grassy notes. There is a moderate valerian note at the beginning, which dissipates after 15 minutes and gives rise to very interesting, cooling grassy hey notes. Smells as I imagine the pungent, dried green vetiver plant leaves might smell. Very unusual and interesting vetiver but I like it. In the right formula it’s a 10/10 with a fascinating sour straw odor. Not as easily blendable as the bourbon, which is more straightforwardly fresh and floral. The bourbon is killer and I gave it 5 stars, so I guess I have to give this one 4 stars, since the first 15 minutes is a bit sour. But, I think it’s the perfect thing if you want some authentic grass in your vetiver, and I love it too. I do miss seeing the dark oil types offered.

  5. 5 out of 5

    timur

    Lovely Vetiver, dry and more fresh and green than heavy and earthy. To my nose this is much closer to Vetiveryl Acetate than to the Bourbon type.

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