Jasmine oil is one of the most popular scents in perfumery today. It is often referred to as the king of essential oils (and rose as the queen of essential oils) because it is so widely used. But did you know that there is no true jasmine essential oil? Essential oils are steam distilled.

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Jasmine Auriculatum Absolute - Juhi

Jasminun auriculatus India, Solvent ExtractedJasmine Juhi

This much less known Jasmine has been a total delight to all of us here. The experts describe it as having a rich, gardenia-like aroma. I'm not so sure of that. It is intensely floral, but with a rich rounded fruity aroma, underlying the radiant floral notes. Even those of us who normally find our other jasmine species a bit too lush for our taste fell in love with this.

Victoria, of Bois de Jasmine, writes of our Jasmine auriculatum:

Although it is lesser known, Jasmine Auriculatum is a very exciting specimen with an unexpected touch of darkness. Ornamented by green herbal notes, it possesses a more austere character than the more familiar tropical fruit laden Jasmine Grandiflorum and much greener Jasmine Sambac. The dark undercurrent tempers the opulent richness of jasmine, letting the scent vacillate between barely opened gardenia buds and tuberose blossoms, all the while remaining bold and spicy. Thank you for letting me try it. It is truly beautiful! "

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