Boronia is a bushy evergreen shrub, up to 6 ft. in height (approximately 2 metres), that has an abundance of beautifully fragrant flowers. The colouring is unique in that the petals are brown on the outside, and yellow on the inside. It is a wild plant used for this aboslute oil and it frequently fails to flower. Hybrids which are grown all over Australia, do not provide the oil. Boronia Absolute is possibly the world’s rarest oil.
Boronia Absolute is used almost exclusively in the perfume industry and for it’s aromatic signature. Amongst absolutes used in perfumery, Boronia is considered one, if not the most, exotic.
BLENDS WELL WITH:
Boronia Blends well with Sandalwood, Clary Sage, Blackcurrent, Bergamot, Violet, Helichrysum, Costus, and any oil from the floral family.
Boronia has a long history of being used by perfumers seeking only the most exotic blending aromatic. Many regard it as the closest thing to heaven in the perfumery field.