MASSOIA BARK

CRYPTOCARYO MASSOIO
 

 

 

Introduction to Massoia Bark Oil

 

Derived from the bark of the massoia tree, its main component is lactone whitch used for food flavouring, as an additive in butter and milk flavour.

All the Massoia Bark Oil in the world is produced in Irian Jaya and Papua region because of the geographic conditions being appropriate, and unique. Massoia trees grow best in rainforests between 400m and 1000m altitude.



 

 

A brief insight into the Massoia Bark Oil Industry in Indonesia.

 

the aromatic bark from the tree has been an article of commerce for centuries

For example, it has been used by Javanese and Balinese women to prepare a warming ointment, called Borbory, with a pleasant smell. Massoia bark has a sweet, coconut-like aroma and is steam distilled to yield Massoia Bark Oil.

Regions of Cultivation


 

 

How do we get our Massoia Bark Oil ?

 

We get all our Massoia Bark Oil from local Indonesian farmers and accumulators who harvest and process the trees through steam distillation to produce a crude form of Massoia Bark Oil.
MASSOIA BARK DISTILLATION IN 5 STEPS

 


 

 

IPCGRADES OF MASSOIA BARKTDSSDS
MB-150 Massoia Bark Oil (50 - 60% Lactone C10)
MB-170 Massoia Bark Oil (70% Lactone C12)
MB-190 Massoia Bark Oil (90% Lactone C10)
MB-195 Massoia Bark Oil (95% Lactone C10)
MB-160 Massoia Bark Oil (60 - 70% Lactone C10)