|:||8001 – 88 - 5|
Country of Origin
Color & Odor
|:||Aroma of deep forests of lower Himalaya region|
|:||Soluble in alcohol & oil, insoluble in water|
|:||0.9350 - 0.9550|
|:||0.63 to 0.66|
|:||1.3765 - 1.3925|
Plant Part Used
DESCRIPTION:The Motia Attar offered by us is obtained through the process of steam distillation or water distillation from the plant Cymbopogon Martini, varietas motia. Exclusively extracted from plants found in South Asia and in the islands of the Indian Ocean, the Motia Attar has a pronounced floral fragrance and is much in demand in the perfumery industry.
CONSTITUENTS:Jasmine sambac, pure sandalwood oil.
BLENDS WITH:Benzyl acetate, cassia, clove, coumarin and terpineol.
COMMON NAMES:Palmarosa Oil, Jasmine Sambac, Cymbopogon martinii stapf var. Motia,
USES:The Motia Attar finds usage in the cosmetic industry for scenting soaps. It is also used in the tobacco industry for flavoring tobacco. Moreover, the sharp and sweet smell of this attar makes it to be used as end note or top note in the production of different perfumes.