BERGAMOT – Italy

Citrus bergamia

Said to have been brought by explorers coming home to northern Italy, Bergamot is named after the Italian city of Bergamo in Lombardy. The small citrus plant is a subspecies of citrus aurantium, or bitter orange, and is often referred to as the orange's tiny cousin. History has shown bergamot as a favorite supportive aid in Italy for centuries. Cold press of the nearly ripe fruit's peel extracts the essential elements – almost 300 compounds in one essential oil – with sweet fruit scents and a slightly spicy undertone evoking balsamic notes.

Bergamot Essential Oil

$29.95Price
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