Frankincense "Heart Note" eo / Resinous, Fruity w/Balsamic, Woody undertone / $65 oz-Excellent Boswellia carteri

  • Product #1187
  • Part Distilledresin
  • Processmolecular distillation
  • Growth Methodwild harvest
  • OriginSomalia
SINCE the days of the ancient Egyptians, frankincense has been employed in the religious rites of many peoples. Intrepid merchants of Persia and of Phoenicia sailed their argosies to the edge of the unknown in search of the fragrant resin equally prized by the high priests of Judah, the vestal virgins in their incense offerings to the gods, and the Romans who employed its perfume in the celebration of triumphs to their victorious Ceasars.
Frankincense is a gum resin obtained from certain trees of the genus Bosivellia, found in East Africa and Arabia. An incision having been made in the bark of the tree, a milky juice exudes and slowly hardens in tear-shaped drops of yellowish hue. These are gathered as olibanum, or the true frankincense. The idea that frankincense was originally a product of India probably arose from a confusion of it with other odoriferous products of that country, and because of the fact that imported frankincense is sold with native Indian products.-National Geographic, Volumes 33-34
Frankincense "Heart Note" is a viscous golden/amber colored liquid displaying a rich, sweet, fruity, resinous bouquet with a delicate balsamic, precious woods undertone of fine tenacity.
The coniferous/terpernic topnotes generally associated with steam distilled frankincense are eliminated by the special low heat, high vacuum molecular distillation process  capturing the very core of the frankincense resin aroma.
Used in natural perfumery for sacred perfumes, incense accords, resinous bases, high class florals(as a excellent fixative), Oriental perfumes, colognes, amber bases,etc
Blends well with  agarwood eo and co2; ambrette seed eo, co2 and abs: amber sweet melange; apple melange; anise star eo and co2; artermisia white sage brush eo; basil eo and abs; bergamot eo; cassie abs; cedarwood eo's and abs's;  cinnamon bark eo, co2 and abs; cistus eo and abs; mimosa abs; citron eo; coriander eo; curry leaf eo; cypress eo and abs; deertongue/liatrix absolute; eaglewood eo; elemi eo and abs; erigeron eo; eucalyptus eo's; fenugreek eo, co2 an abs; fir eo's and abs's; galangal eo; galbanum eo, co2 and abs; geranium eo and abs; ginger eo, co2 and abs; hay abs; hiba eo; hinoki eo; helichyrsum eo; jasmine abs and ruh; kewda ruh; juniperberry eo and co2; labdanum eo and abs; lemon eo; lime eo; lovage eo and abs; litsea cubeba eo; lemon balm eo and abs; mandarin eo; mastic eo and abs; myrrh eo, co2 and abs; neroli eo; opoponax eo and abs; orange eo; orange bitter eo;  orange blossom abs;  osmanthus abs; pepper eo and co2; pine eo and abs; poplar bud abs; frangipani abs; rose eo and abs; rosemary eo and abs; sage eo and co2; sandalwood eo, co2 an abs; siamwood eo; styrax eo and abs; spruce eo and abs; tolu balsam abs; tonka bean abs; tuberose abs; tumeric eo and co2; vanilla abs; vetiver eo, co2 and abs; ylang eo and abs