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    Default Ambrette seed products, price variation

    There seems to be quite a bit of variation in the price of Ambrette Seed oil and absolutes.

    CO2 extracted Ambrette Seed oil for $68/ounce:
    http://www.edenbotanicals.com/essentials1.html#ambrette

    Distilled Ambrette Seed oil for $331/ounce:
    http://www.sunrosearomatics.com/eodesc/ambrette.html

    Ambrette Seed Absolute for $432/ounce:
    http://www.wellnaturally.com/essenti...eseed_oil.html
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    Default Re: Ambrette seed products, price variation

    I was once ordering ambrette seed from White Lotus Aromatics but find that it has no aroma, at least none that I can detect. Has anyone tried it? Or am I anosmic? (Unfortunately, they're also very unpleasant people to work with.)

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    I'm sorry that your experience with White Lotus has been less than what you'd like, My experience has never been anything but great.

    My Ambrette on the shelf came from this seller:
    http://stores.ebay.com/Sleeping-Dragons-Company

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    Default Re: Ambrette seed products, price variation

    Quote Originally Posted by James Peterson View Post
    I was once ordering ambrette seed from White Lotus Aromatics but find that it has no aroma, at least none that I can detect. Has anyone tried it? Or am I anosmic? (Unfortunately, they're also very unpleasant people to work with.)
    My goodness, my experience has been quite the opposite.

    Is it simply that they did not bend on their $100 minimum order policy?

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    Default Re: Ambrette seed products, price variation

    White Lotus Aromatics also sells an ambrette seed essential oil, but it has no aroma and it isn't cheap. They are also extremely unpleasant to work with.

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    Default Re: Ambrette seed products, price variation

    Perhaps a third post saying what kind of people you say they are will manage to shout over Paul and me having opposite findings. If so go for it, but as for me I don't find a need for repetition.

    Sometimes unpleasantness brings apparent unpleasantness. Some might think it not so pleasant to repetitively impugn widely-respected vendors. Personal opinion, obviously yours varies. But I would guess everyone already got your point the first time around.
    Last edited by Bill Roberts; 15th August 2014 at 07:43 PM.

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    Oh no. The order was over $300. I mistakenly thought that I had never received some essential oils I had ordered. I emailed them three times to try to clear up the situation. When I didn't hear from them, I contested the charge with the credit card company. When White Lotus finally got back to me and made clear what had happened, I immediately called the credit card company to stop my contesting the order. The have now "black listed" me (they won't sell to me anymore) for a simple and innocent mistake that I set about clearing up as expeditiously as possible. This was extremely hostile and upsetting. I of course wouldn't buy anything from them again, but they've made it easy since they won't sell to me anyway.

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    Default Re: Ambrette seed products, price variation

    Quote Originally Posted by James Peterson View Post
    White Lotus Aromatics also sells an ambrette seed essential oil, but it has no aroma and it isn't cheap. They are also extremely unpleasant to work with.


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    James, I have found the people at WLA to be nothing other than a total pleasure to work with. Chris always gets back to me immediately, if not sooner, with answers to any questions that I have about their products, or, recommendations that I ask for. Maybe you would desire to go back and see exactly how it is that you stated your comments to them about what you perceived as being their error, but, as you describe, turned out to be nothing other than your own.

    If you wrote to them with an antagonistic attitude about the error that "they" made, well, you know, you receive in turn what it is that you give....

    As to the comments in the other thread about them diluting things in Ethanol, I think their site offerings make it clear which items are diluted in ethanol. It is possible I may have missed something, I have not read the blog mentioned (yet).

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