Botanical Name: Calytrix exstipulata
Botanical Family: Myrtaceae
Extraction Method: steam distilled
Country of Origin: Western Australia
Cultivation Method: Wild harvested
Composition: 100% Calytrix exstipulata
Part of Plant Distilled: Flowers
Sparkles of citrus, floral wafts, with a woodsy rhapsody.
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.
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.