Fragrances today are mostly a fusion of ingredients taken from nature .
Native to and produced in the south india, tamilnadu in Asia, as well as being produced in some parts of Europe, mainly France.
Tamil Nadu, where Jasmine is grown plentififully, arrivals would average 10 tonnes a day during the season and could halve after that. Typically, a third of the arrivals are earmarked for Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore(airlifted) and Kerala markets. Another three tonnes are set aside for local consumption.The rest is procured by flower extraction
Varieties of jasmine
Native of the East Indies
Known as the spanish or Catalonian jasmin
Grafted in the south of France.
Used in perfumer
Native of Arabia,
Grown in India.
Emit a most delightful fragrance.
Extraction of the freshly opened Jasmine flowers with a perfumery grade organic solvent
Use : Jasmine grandiflorum concrte/absolute is added in cosmetic, perfumery compositions and medicines.