Vetiver is native to India but has spread widely throughout tropical regions. Today, it is mainly cultivated in Indonesia and Haiti. The main vetiver growing region is Les Cayes in Haiti.
Did you know that the word vetiver comes from the Tamil vettiveru, meaning “dug/unearthed roots.”
Haitian vetiver oil is brighter, fresher, smoother and smells initially of burnt wood with sweet earthiness. I also smell slight nuances of vanillic creaminess.
Odor Description: Woody, smoky, spicy, earthy, hazelnut
Country of Origin: Haiti
Plant Part Used: Roots
Extraction type: Steam distillation
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