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Surinam vetiver essential oil, Eden Botanicals
This one's a strange one. While there are some vague parallels with the Javanese and Madagascan varieties, it's a lot less smoky but with the Marmite yeastiness ramped up a few notches - so much that it actually smells notably salty. As it evolves, the saline aspect is still evident, with creamy green nuances peeking through.
Overall, it's an interesting alternative - best aimed at those who are looking for a vetiver oil with a salty kick.
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