Perfumery Intercrops

Primary Cooperatives are into growing plants for perfumery particularly Agarwood Bari Aquilaria malaccensis. 

We are highly recommending to intercrop the following perfumery crops to create Agroforestry System in your farm. Agroforestry systems are land management practices in which trees and shrubs are produced on the same land area as agricultural crops or livestock. Agroforestry systems combine trees, crops, or livestock to increase diversity, productivity, profitability, and environmental stewardship. Therefore, agroforestry systems can provide a sustainable alternative to biologically simplified or low diversity cropping systems.

  1. Piling Liitan (Canarium luzonicum) – Elemi, when referenced in perfumery, is the resin obtained from the elemi tree (Canarium luzonicum), found in the Philippines. In development, it is used as a fixative and base note, and is valued for its fresh, lemon-pepper aroma with a slightly balsamic and incense-like undertone. Resin tapping of 4yr old native tree.
  2. Ylang-ylang (Cananga odorata) – Ylang-ylang-based perfumes are highly appreciated for their warm and sweet notes that evoke exoticism and romance. By using products based on ylang-ylang, you can benefit from its calming and soothing properties as well as its intoxicating fragrance. native flowering tree after 2yrs
  3. Frangipani (Kalachuchi) Plumeria rubra – In the realm of perfumery, Frangipani, also known as Plumeria, is a treasured and highly sought-after flower. Its alluring scent and unique allure have earned it the moniker “The Scented Jewel in Perfumery’s Crown.” flowering tree after one yr
  4. Golden Champak (Magnolia champaca) – Magnolia champaca or champak, is known as the perfume tree or the joy perfume tree. Champaca absolute is often worn as a single note or soliflore perfume. It is also one of the most expensive scents in the world. flowering tree after 8yrs
  5. Rosal (Gardenia jasminoides) – Gardenia brings a distinctive olfactory richness to fragrances. Associated with the white floral olfactory family, its fragrance is often described as floral, creamy and sometimes slightly animalic. It is used to bring an opulent, sensual and feminine note to perfume compositions.Gardenia can be used as the dominant note in certain fragrances, where it is brought to the fore to express its unique olfactory beauty. It can also be used in combination with other ingredients to create more complex accords. For example, it is often combined with notes such as jasmine, tuberose, vanilla or sandalwood to create even more bewitching and sophisticated fragrances.
  6. Sandalwood (Santalum album) – Sandalwood is an aromatic wood that is one of the most sought-after ingredients in the perfume industry. Belonging to the botanical family Santalaceae, the genus Santalum contains sixteen different species, three of which are used in perfumery. No inoculation need to extract essential oil from the wood chips of a 10yr old tree. another expensive oil for perfumery in the world market. have to cut off the tree completely on harvest. Imported from India.
  7. Palo Santo (Bursera graveolens) – In Spanish, palo santo means “holy wood.” For thousands of years, the wood, resin, and oil have been used for medicinal purposes. It’s mainly used to treat pain and stress. It’s also said to clear negative energy. Palo santo is a subtle, woody fragrance with hints of citrus and mint. To some, it has a slight licorice smell. Those who enjoy the licorice fragrance often find that the scent of palo santo invokes a sense of nostalgia, though some find the scent a little too potent. Wood chips from a 10yr old tree. have to cut-off the tree completely on harvest.
  8. Frankincense (Boswellia sacra) – In perfumery, frankincense is very versatile thanks to its peppery citrus top and woody balsamic base. Frankincense lends a lift to citrus and green fragrances, and brings softness to oriental blends. Resin tapping of 8yr old tree
  9. Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) – cinnamon is often used to add a warm, spicy touch to a fragrance. It is often combined with other ingredients such as vanilla, patchouli and sandalwood to create spicy fragrances. after 4 yrs we can harvest the bark of this big tree. Local is Cinnamomum mercadoi
  10. Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) – It is often used as a middle note in perfumes for its distinctive scent, which adds warmth and depth to the composition. Nutmeg essential oil has a complex olfactory profile. Its scent is warm, spicy, slightly woody and sweet, with a hint of bitterness. Subtle notes of musk and tobacco can also be detected. Best alternative for Cannabis Oil. Fruiting a nut when matured and big tree
  11. Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia) – The decadent scent of vanilla derives from the vanilla bean plant (Vanilla planifolia), which is native to Mexico. Today, vanilla is mostly grown in Indonesia, Madagascar, Mexico, the Comoro Islands, Tahiti and China. It is said that the vanilla pods only emit their perfume after having “sweated” for months under woolen cloths. As their aroma wafts and mellows, vanilla crystals begin to form—creating the fragrance we know and love. A process of extraction using volatile solvents produces the concrete, absolute and resinoid.
  12. Sampaguita (Jasminum sambac) – Transforming Jasmine Sambac into a fragrant ingredient requires a meticulous process to preserve the integrity of its delicate scent. Its olfactory notes are recognized as fruity, green, and sunny. However, Jasmine Sambac also has exotic, animalic and slightly spicy facets.The floral softness and sensuality of Jasmine Sambac makes this white flower an interesting choice for very floral, solar fragrances.
  13. Azucena (Polianthes tuberosa) – Tuberose is a popular floral note in perfumery known for its rich, heady scent. It adds depth and complexity to fragrances, often used in oriental (amber) and floral compositions. It is sweet, heady, and intoxicating with notes of jasmine and orange blossom.
  14. Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) – aromatic flowering plant of the mint family (Lamiaceae), the leaves of which are a source of essential oil that is used as a fragrance in perfumes, cosmetics, and incense. Patchouli is native to tropical Asia, where it is widely cultivated and has been used for centuries for its essential oil.