Blackcurrant buds France

Absolute

Ribes nigrum

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We obtain our supplies from a cooperative structure that imposes strict constraints in terms of phytosanitary treatments, which allows us to guarantee a quality without any quantifiable pesticide residue. We process this raw material into concrete, then into absolute, at our production plant in Spain.

Blackcurrant buds absolute is often used in fruity accords as a reconstitution for blackcurrant. Its sweet, sulphurous notes soften certain spices and make it easier to combine them with florals. This absolute is also sometimes used in reconstitutions of flowers such as violets or green gardenias.

Ribes nigrum, the blackcurrant bush, is native to northern Europe and Asia. Blackcurrant is a shrub with particularly fragrant foliage that grows in temperate and continental climates.
The first written reference to blackcurrant consumption dates back to the 16th century. This was also when the treatise of abbot Bailly de Montaran was published on the fabulous properties of this shrub, which, at the time, was known as the cassissier des Poitevins or pepper tree. Cultivation of the plant began in the 16th century and is considered emblematic of Burgundy, France, which has since become the leading region for production of blackcurrant buds used in perfumery. Today, the plant is mainly cultivated in France, especially in the regions of Burgundy and the Loire Valley, but is also grown in Poland and England.

It is harvested mechanically during the winter months: The machine cuts the wood and then disbuds it to gather the buds. The disbudded wood is returned to the ground to produce organic matter, while the buds are sorted from the wooden debris using sifting grates.

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