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The floral oasis of Osmanthus Absolute is a fantastically fragrant offering from an evergreen shrub that produces the penultimate in perfumed petals. This opulent amber-green liquid encapsulates an aroma offering that extends a fragrance of heavenly top notes of honey, sweet fruit and a fantasia of floral.
Botanical Name: Osmanthus fragrans
Botanical Family: Oleaceae
Extraction Method: Absolute
Part of Plant Distilled: Blossoms
Country of Origin: Southern China
Cultivation Method: Organic
Composition: 100% Osmanthus fragrans
Consistency: Medium viscosity
Scent Description: A blossom-bouquet of peach, apricot and plum that’s been drenched in sweet, seductive honey. “A unique balance of fruity and floral notes.”
Blends well with: Jasmine, Rose, Champa, Magnolia, Vanilla, Vetiver, Ylang, Lavender, Carnation, Gardenia, Tuberose, Bergamot, Lemon, and Blood Orange.
Uses: Perfumery. Inhale to uplift the spirit.
Distilled from delicate petals, Osmanthus Absolute is a tenacious oil that offers a powerfully uplifting, delectable fragrance in just a single drop. Place a single, shimmering drop on your wrist and inhale. After 15 minutes the luscious fragrance lifts the spirits by sending happy signals to the body and soul. Use as a single-drop microperfume and anoint your hair or blend with sandalwood or jojoba oil for a fragrance nothing short of fabulous.
Osmanthus flowers bloom on evergreen shrubs that are cultivated for tea, perfumery, and aromatherapy. In the autumn months of September and October, farmers collect the flowers by tapping the shrubs until each petal is released to the earth’s fragrant floor.
Osmanthus Absolute serves as a sumptuous note in perfume blends or can be used as its own perfume with just a single drop. Coconut, jojoba, and sandalwood are excellent blending choices for highlighting the soothing, comforting, uplifting fragrance of Osmanthus Absolute, which is said to inspire feelings of happiness. Sadness, apathy, and worry may be swept away with a single inhale of Osmanthus, making it a euphoric inhalation for meditation, yoga, and spiritual work.
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”
~ Anaïs Nin
“Sweet osmanthus is an evergreen shrub Native to China and some parts of Japan… it is known as kweiha, and is one of the ten traditional flowers of China, where it is regarded as a very beautiful fragrance.”
~ Jennifer Peace Rhind, Fragrance and Wellbeing