Botanical Name: Calytrix exstipulata
Botanical Family: Myrtaceae
Extraction Method: steam distilled
Country of Origin: Western Australia
Cultivation Method: Wild harvested
Composition:100% Calytrix exstipulata
Scent Description: Sparkles of citrus, floral wafts, with a woodsy rhapsody.
Part of Plant Distilled: Flowers
Blends well with: Blood Orange, Geranium, Nerolina, Rosalina, Lemon Myrtle, Lavender, Black Spruce, White Fir, Silver Fir, Douglas Fir, Frankincense, Ylang, Rose, Neroli, and Bergamot.
Uses: Perfect in perfumes as a single note essence or combined with other oils for a complex scent. Diffuse with lavender to fill a room with a field of flowers. Bath in its beauty with a drop of its dew. Replenishing in blends and massage oils.
Australian Heather is an intensely fragrant flower; the aroma starts bright and lemony with a middle note of herbaceous green followed with floral and woody notes. The scent is refreshing and uplifting rather than super-sweet.
This glorious, starry-pink flowered shrub grows in substantial swaths in the Kimberleys in rugged western Australia. Only 10% of a shrub’s flowers are hand-harvested from these wild plants. The flowers are slowly steam distilled to release the floral, open-field aroma of Australian Heath. This is considered one of the most beautiful scents in the world.