I just love visiting essential oil distillers.
They’re all such warm people who care deeply about the plants they grow and the oils they distill. Over the past few years, I’ve blogged about several of my trips to visit essential oil distillers around the world. This is a list of those blog posts featuring distilleries in France, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Greece. Enjoy!
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Stories of Essential Oil Distillers
Here is a list of Essential Oil Distillers I have visited around the world
This is a short slideshow /voiceover from a trip I took to visit several lavender essential oil distillers in France. Enjoy! Visit the Aromahead YouTube channel to watch Aromatherapy blending videos! Related Posts: The following two tabs change content below. Tagged as: Essential Oil Distillers, France, lavender, lavender distillation
I had been talking with Maja Simic via email for years but we had never met. Her business, Aris 2000, always interested me. When I decided to take a trip this summer to visit Croatian essential oil distillers, visiting Maja was at the top of my list.
Recently, I visited a a lovely couple in France who have a rose distillery called Verdon, Roses and Aromes. They produce some of the most amazing rose hydrosol I've ever come across. They have beautiful fields of organically grown roses. 5,000 bushes, and planting more every year!
While we were on Crete, we had the extraordinary opportunity to visit Gill and Derek Pearce at their organic lavender and olive farm, The Lavender Way. The Lavender Way is the only organic lavender farm in Crete. They produce and sell essential oils, sachets, gels, spritzers, tea and hand-made wands, and they ship worldwide.
After the distiller trip to Bulgaria, we went to Greece to visit another essential oil distiller on the island of Crete. Janina and Babis started Wild Herbs of Crete in 1994. All their essential oils are made from plants wildcrafted by hand and distilled with the utmost care and respect.
On my recent trip to Bulgaria, I visited the wonderful RKL Distillery, located in the village of Bial Briag. RKL Distillery is small, but has extensive, beautiful organic fields of herbs such as Lavender, Melissa, Yarrow and St John's Wort.
I flew to Bulgaria and drove into the Balkan mountains to a small, beautiful village called Mirkovo.
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