Lavender, Seville - Organic EO

Lavandula stoechas subsp. luisieri (Rozeira) Rozeira

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We are excited to offer the unique and unusual organic Lavender Seville, a subspecies of Lavandula stoechas. This essential oil's aroma differentiates markedly from that of the typical aroma of Lavender oils. Seville Lavender's aroma has exquisite sweet apricot/fig/dried fruit notes

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Selected size SKU:524-016 - Lavender, Seville - Organic 15 ml (1/2 oz) (w/ orifice reducer)

Sample 1 ml ( 1/30 oz )
$2.00
5 ml ( 1/6 oz )
$14.50
15 ml ( 1/2 oz )
$34.00
30 ml ( 1 oz )
$58.25
59.14 ml ( 2 oz )
$102.75
118.29 ml ( 4 oz )
$184.25
236.58 ml ( 8 oz )
$330.75
473.17 ml ( 16 oz )
$599.50
1 kg ( 2 1/5 lb )
$1,281.25
$2.00
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Product Overview

We are excited to offer the unique and unusual organic Lavender Seville, a subspecies of Lavandula stoechas. This essential oil's aroma differentiates markedly from that of the typical aroma of Lavender oils. Seville Lavender's aroma has exquisite sweet apricot/fig/dried fruit notes carried on cognac-like vapors with leather, dried fruit and deep lavender notes in the long drydown. The color alone may be very appealing for perfumers because it is lighter in color than the absolute of Lavender Seville.

Lavandula stoechas subsp. luisieri plants are found mainly in the southwest corner of Spain and are widely seen throughout Portugal. They are often found with L. viridis, producing occasional hybrids. Two chemotypes of L. stoechas subsp. luisieri occur, with an unidentified ester as their main component.[1] The analysis shows there is no camphor or fenchone found in the more common L. stoechas varieties, but it does contain a small amount of verbenone accounting for a distinct ketonic note.[2] There is also limonene (lemony scent), cubebol, and irregular esters and other compounds unique to L. luisieri.[3]

1 Peter, K.V. Handbook of Herbs and Spices, Volume 2, 2004, p. 180.

2 Industry communication.

3 Ibid.

4 Arctander, Steffen. Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origin, 1960, p. 349.

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Customer Reviews

Gotta try it

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Yes, just as everyone says, this is So different and not at all like any lavender you’ve ever encountered. Something about it reminds me of the perfume counter at a department store. Just a touch added to traditional lavender I think complements it well. Lovely with sandalwood- sort of clean smelling like a fancy expensive perfumed soap scent together. I think it shines blended with rose Morocco absolute- the result reminds me of a juicy red wine- very boozy.

Review by Sharon 4/24/2020

Exquisite

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This oil is surprising, vibrant and delicious! I paired it with yuzu and made a heady voluptuous, soothing scent! I love it!!

Review by Bilqis 11/23/2019

Lavender Outside My Window

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A few years ago I had an apartment that had a walkway lined with Lavender bushes- big ones! The variety of Lavender that you had to keep in check and trim all the time. When the wind picked up this exact aroma would waft into the open windows and front door. It's was like magic... I started cutting the lavender before the gardeners could get to it. I would put it in a vase on my kitchen table and I would bring fresh bouquets of it over when I went to friend's house. I even made sassy water with (sassy water = water plus fruits/veggies/herbs- what have you). I did not know what kind of lavender it was but this must be it! Like others have reviewed, it is not your typical lavender but it is nostalgic and pleasant to me. I just a face cream scented with this and the Lavender Absolute that EB offers and it's like walking through a lavender field. WOWZA!

Review by Miss Layla 12/5/2018

Very Distinct and Unusual

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So far I have enjoyed playing around with this a bit but I will say it is VERY dominant. Right now am wearing it with EB's dark patchouli, ylang complete, and labdanum...the overall effect is weird, in a compelling way. I keep smelling it, so that's good. Guaranteed to be memorable. I find it to have strong notes reminiscent of cistus and cough syrup. Like I said, very dominant, but many will find it appealing for its rather singular quality. Also, I do pick up a bit on the leather and apricot/fig but it's in no way like osmanthus, which is VERY much like leather and apricot. In any case--Sample this!

Review by Rebecca 6/16/2017

What an incredible scent!

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This oil is not at all a typical lavender. It is dark, brooding, unisex, and bold. Useful in just about everything, but most especially with gothic or masculine scents. I’ve had the most success pairing it with leathery oils like vetiver or nagarmotha. Adding a few drops of vanilla absolute, orris butter, or cardamom really rounds out the scent and bring to light it’s best qualities. The fruity aspect can be brought out by the addition of osmanthus and a bit of green cognac brings out its boozy qualities. Whichever way you decide to blend this oil, it stands out with a bold, unique voice. Your customers may not recognize the note as lavender, but they are sure to fall in love with it.

Review by J 6/16/2017

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