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Our botanicals

We collect and dry ourselves wild juniper berries “Coccolone” (Juniperus Oxycedrus), wild myrtle berries and leaves, which come from our site and neighboring territories, lemons, and white grapefruits, which come both from our site (where we have created a citrus grove of 5,000 square meters) and from the plain of Milis and Helichrysum, harvested in Luogosanto (approx. 20 Km from our park).

Wild juniper


Hand-picked wild juniper berries are harvested from November to the end of January. Depending on the weather we dry them naturally in the sun in our greenhouses located at CASA RENA 41 for 30-60 days or in a drying room for 5-10 days.



Hand picked wild myrtle berries are harvested between December and January . The fresh berries are infused immediately after in order to retain the full aroma and flavour.



Myrtle leaves are harvested preferably in February immediately after the berries harvesting and we are drying them for 3-5 days in the drying room.



The lemons are harvested four time a year, but our favorite is the one of November, called “primofiore” which stands out from the others harvesting periods because the fruits have a very intense flavor and a light-yellow skin, of medium thickness and with fine-grained peel.



The grapefruits are harvested in between December and January.
We hand cut fresh lemon and grapefruit a CASA RENA 41 and we peel the whole fruit in a single piece. This will allows to maintains the intense and fragrant citrus notes even after being sundried.



The Helichrysum Italicum microphyllum is exclusive of Sardinia (along with Corsica and Balearics) and is harvested between June /July.
It’s collected manually by topping of the plant and removing 3/5 of the branch. We separate the flowers from the stem and leaves and then dry them immediately for 5-8 days in a drying room. With the helichrysum is produced also a particular liqueur that recalls the scent of licorice.



This rose variety is believed to have been imported from the Middle East to Europe by the Crusaders. In a treatise of 1551, "Damask" is said to indicate that it came from the city of Damascus.
From May to July they produce pink flowers with white undertones that have exactly 36 petals and are intensely fragrant. Roses picked early in the morning give the best yield in terms of quantity and quality of essence. The flowers come off just below the calyx and are processed immediately to avoid fermentation.

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