I also like Eden Botanicals' quality and service. And their sample program - a rarity in the essential oil trade.
I hesitate to mention this but there is one company I would have to recommend *against* unfortunately. We've all heard the warnings about buying cheap EO's. I succumbed to some outrageously cheap pricing in April on a website called Select Oils, and really regret it now.
Two items were backordered (Caraway and Champaca), and one inadvertantly left out of my order (Cade oil). I haven't heard from them since April and they haven't replied to my email, so I don't know what to think or if I'll receive these items. I don't like to bad mouth, and if I receive the remainder of the order, I would be happy to post that, but at this point a caution is in order.
But the real problem was that the oils I received were in several cases appallingly bad. The Mandarin was actually cloudy. The coriander had a rubber smell and a large amount of shiny glitter-like particles floating in it - I don't know what the particles are, but I strained the eo for use. The leftover particles seem mica-like.
I even knew at the time that the prices was just too cheap, but I couldn't seem to resist that Champaca, Cade, Coriander and Verbena.