HawaiianFruit & Flower Oils
AMBER OIL is composed of different natural plant extracts. Amber is a mainstay of perfumery with a warm, musky, woody note. It promotes general wellness, stability and self-confidence.
This luscious tropical blend induces images of coconut palms swinging in the wind and of drinking freh coconut milk right out of the nut. Huge mango trees still cover parts of the Hawaiian Islands and their fruity scent penetrates the air. One of our all-time bestsellers.
Very intense, warm, spicy, earthy oriental fragrance originally a substance obtained from a gland in the male musk deer. It’s effects were to arouse the attention and attract the other sex. Fortunately animals are no longer used to create this effect. Very sexy and a bit of a mysterious fragrance.
This is a strong true gardenia just like the heavy white floral scent of the flower in your garden. One of our most authentic scents.
Ginger is one of the main crops in Hawaii. A spicy heating quality marks this scent - great for fall and winter. This fragrance smells like Gingertea and Gingerbread.
Take a quick trip to the Hawaiian Islands with one whiff of this tropical blend - and let
yourself out of your daily routine.
Fragrance is rare among Hibiscus, but Hawaii’s two native white ones are exceptions. Their large size blossoms and exquisite perfume are once more witnessing Hawaii’s floral splendor.
A wonderful recreation of the real thing, an innocent unpretentious fruity blend - a perfect summer and autumn delight.
This strong fresh green floral smells like a field of wildflowers on a breezy spring day.
The king of flowers. This is a warm, exotic, white floral, and long lasting scent. A wonderfully seductive and intoxicating scent creation. Jasmine has always been a principal ingredient in 4 out of 5 high-quality perfumes.
The Hawaiian name for the passionfruit, which grows everywhere on the islands in abundance, and is used in drinks, cakes, and all kinds of desserts. It’s rich tropical citrusy aroma is marvellously captured here -- for all lovers of truly fruity scents.
LILY OF THE VALLEY
Like violet and jasmine, one of the tiniest flowers with the strongest and sweetest scents -- a real wonder of nature. This one is native to Europe. The fame of its fragrance made it to be known worldwide. It is cherished thoughout all times for its delicate subtle white floral scent, which is not overwhelming.
This is an intoxicating and complex scent with top notes of hyacinth, freesia, ylang ylang and orange leading to a fruity floral middle of magnolia and plum. Vanilla and musk in the bottom add stability and sultriness.
The fragrant Maile lei which is made up of green leaves similar to laurel is the oldest type of lei in the tradtion of Hawaiian lei making. The dark green leaves give off a fragrant sweet smell.
A wonderfully intense warm fragrance capturing the heart of bitter orange flowers with a strong fruity green note.
Most orchids have no scent at all. But in this large family of orchid plants there are some with a truly exquisite fragrance.
The english name refers not to magical love potions but to diverse aspects of Christ’s crucification symbolized in the flower: Holy trinity, five wounds, crown of thorns, binding cords, Star of the East, etc. This beautiful flower has a subtle, sophisticated and complex smell.
Which means “peacock” was named by Princess Kaiulani because she loved both peacocks and this jasmine!
The pineapple that made Hawaii famous is not from Hawaii. Native to South America it was introduced here by Captain James Cook and it became Hawaii's largest crop and industry. Enjoy this amazingly accurate scent - simply fruity.
The first plumeria plant was brought to Hawaii in 1860 by the famous botanist Hillebrand. Hawaii’s best loved flower overflows with an irresistably sweet and enticing fragrance.
Since its introduction there has been a tremendous variation in size, color and perfume in the hawaiian plumeria. It is probably the most popular hawaiian flower scent.
QUEEN EMMA LILY
This well loved ornamental flower is said to have been one of the favorite flowers of that much loved queen, the wife of King Kamehameha IV. These flowers have a purple tube and white petals which are flushed on the outside with purple. The scent is an incredible sweetness embracing both Jasmine and Vanilla.
Take a walk through Hawaii’s tropical lush green, moist rainforests, and remember it forever in this fragrant creation.
The queen of flowers. Irresistable in your garden and as a perfume to be worn. Ours has a beautifully strong and true pink rose petal fragrance.
Precious sandalwood trees can still be seen in Volcano National Park on Hawaii. They are now a protected species. Our fragrance oil has a vibrant woody aroma, soothing and relaxing.
Our Sweet Coconut Fragrance with all the sweet irresistable richness of shredded coconut is a pure tropical treat and praised by our customers for it's long lasting quality.
Tuberose isn’t a member of the rose family at all -- creamy white to pinkish flower spikes entice us with a heavy white tropical floral fragrance.
Vanilla is one of the scents which connects us to a feeling like “coming home”. A comforting and reassuring scent evoking happy childhood memories.
One of perfumery’s oldest florals. Violet essence has been used since ancient times as a perfume and in wine, medicine, confections and love potions. A dazzingly rich sweet single note floral.
According to the Chippewa Indian belief the first waterlily was a star that longed to be loved by children. In order to descend to earth, it allowed its reflection to dissolve in a still lake. This scent is exquisitely pure and mysteriously sweet.
The light, subtle, sweet aroma and delicate orchid-like configuration of white ginger makes this one of Hawaii’s favorite flowers and most popular scents.
In the Malayan language Ylang Ylang means “flower of the flowers”. And indeed, no tree produces blossoms with a more flowery or sweet fragrance. It is an oil which belongs to the very YIN category of female oils. Its fragrance is strong, exotic, and erotic.