• 5ml black glass bottle of LVNEA's tarragon absolute on a black background. The label on the bottle is silver.
  • Close up of tarragon leaves in naturalistic setting

TARRAGON | Absolute

  • $35.00

Pure Artemisia Drucunculum absolute.

ASPECTS: herbaceous · jammy · green · anisic
APPEARANCE: deep olive green, transparent liquid 
PLANT PART: leaves

Presented in a 5ml or 15ml black glass bottle with a euro dropper top that may have to be removed depending on the viscosity of the item selected. Please note that essential oils and absolutes vary widely in thickness and consistency.

Essential oils, absolutes, and other pure plant extracts should not be applied to the skin without being properly diluted in a cosmetic carrier (such as jojoba oil, ethanol, epsom salts, etc.) Always patch-test when using an essential oil or absolute for the first time, and research whether or not the extract you are using is skin-safe, or that it is appropriate for its intended use. Do not ingest essential oils or apply them internally, and avoid contact with the eyes. Keep out of reach of children and pets, and consult a knowledgeable health practitioner before use when pregnant or breastfeeding. Store in a cool and dry area.


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Kristina Johnson
2024, Year of The Dragon!

Ever since reading of tarragon absolute on Ayala Moriel’s smelly blog, I’ve hoped to find it available to purchase, and so I was super excited to see this here at Lvnea. I didn’t hesitate to buy it, and I’m so grateful I have. I’ve been playing with it for about a month and decided to take more notes on a smelling strip this afternoon just for this review. This is a green vixen, a secret ingredient hiding in plain sight, and has given my creations the perfect touch of verdant aliveness. It’s got a minty camphorous top note that is almost citrus-like in nature. The middle is spicy-sweet and warm, jammy green licorice, and the undertone is sweet, lactonic, slightly peppery and definitely creamy wood. This pairs with chocolate and vanilla in ways you wouldn’t expect, livens up lavender and other florals, and it plays nicely with anything and everything green and grassy in nature, from Galbanum to Vetiver. The perfect touch of herbaceous in so many directions. It’s color is beautiful deep green (just like its scent) and a mobile liquid so it’s easy to work with. I am in love and hope this becomes at staple. Tarragon (estragon) means “little dragon” and as it’s The Year of the Dragon according to the Chinese Zodiac, it’s the perfect time to experiment with this viridescent gem.