Myrtle Oil
Pineapple Myrtle

Rare essential oil of pineapple myrtle (Leptospermum petersonii variety B ct. alpha-pinene). 100% pure and natural, from sustainable cultivation in the subtropical Northern Rivers region of Australia. Gently distilled from fresh leaves and twigs on-site using the farm's own distillary. 5ml
Scientific Name Leptospermum petersonii Variety B ct. alpha-pinene
Purity 100% natural essential oil
INCI Leptospermum petersonii Variety B CT alpha-pinene leaf oil
Organic Certification No certificate, sustainable cultivation since 2022
Harvest Harvested by hand in autumn
Processing  Gentle steam distillation, from the fresh leaves and twigs
Terroir Northern Rivers region, NSW, Australia
Origin Sourced directly from a farm specialised in native aromatic plants, with an on-site distillery
Aroma Highly fresh and fruity aroma, with distinct pineapple and banana notes, accompanied by subtle hints of citrus and spices
Effects Uplifting, invigorating, harmonising, and calming
Allergens Geraniol, linalool, limonene

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€3,780.00 / 1l
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Finest Origin - Highest Grade

This particular variety of myrtle, (Leptospermum petersonii Variety B ct. alpha-pinene), is sustainably cultivated in its endemic habitat in the subtropical northern region of the Australian state of New South Wales. The aromatic plant used to produce this unique essential oil with its fruity aroma of pineapple and banana was 'discovered' and specifically propagated by our dedicated top-tier producer for the production of this essential oil. During cultivation, pesticides are avoided, and only organic fertilisers are used, with the plant material generated during the distillation process recycled as fertiliser. The subtropical climate in the picturesque hinterland of Byron Bay provides the ideal conditions for the natural aromas, such as alpha-pinene, geranyl acetate, myrcene, or geranial, to unfold in the plant. The fresh leaves and young branches are hand-harvested in the autumn months and immediately distilled on the farm to create this highly aromatic essential oil.


The manufacturer of this special essential oil has been producing products from plants native to Australia for over 30 years. Since 2012 he has been producing and selling exclusively native essential oils and hydrosols from his own production and from cooperation partners throughout Australia. Since the early 1990s he has been involved in landscape conservation in Australia and a sustainable and careful use of the native flora. The native plants for the production of its essential oils and plant waters come either from wild collection or from sustainable cultivation.

Pineapple Myrtle

This evergreen myrtle variety, pineapple myrtle (Leptospermum petersonii Variety B ct. alpha-pinene), belongs to the myrtaceae family. This subspecies, also known as lemon-scented teatree, was discovered and specifically propagated by our producer for its distinct aroma, and it has been sustainably cultivated on their farm since 2022. The shrub can reach a height of up to 5 metres with long, narrow and highly aromatic leaves. During the flowering season, between December and January, numerous individual white flowers with a diameter of about 10–15mm appear.


The uniquely fresh, tropical fruit aroma brings a sense of pure joy and harmony when inhaled. The scent inspires a perspective that focuses on the beautiful aspects of life, imparting a feeling of lightness, happiness, and optimism.

Important Ingredients


100% natural essential oil of Leptospermum petersonii Variety B ct. alpha-pinene

Directions for Use

- Intended for use as room fragrance
- Do not use undiluted
- Keep out of reach of children
- Individuals currently under medical treatment as well as those who have allergies or are epileptic, pregnant or breastfeeding should consult a doctor before use
- Avoid contact with eyes, skin and mucous membranes


Amber glass bottle protected from light and oxidation (no plasticisers, BPA)


The essential oil of 5ml is filled in a 10ml bottle.

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