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    Ensar Oud

    Legends

     

    The oils listed here were the LTDs of yesterday.

    Join me on a journey down memory lane...

    Here you’ve got the chance to turn back the clock and add a number of legendary oud profiles to your palette. Oud that can otherwise only be found from private collectors who – let’s face it – have every right to be a bit reluctant about handing out free swipes... explore ››
    $810 $599

    Purple Kinam


    Jungle: Malaysia
    Aged: 6 years (2011)
    We teamed up with the agarwood tycoons of Singapore and China and took the costliest Malaysian agarwood money could buy and prepared a cargo of the most fragrant wood ever to be gathered in Malaysia ... explore ››
    $599

    Chugoku Senkoh


    Jungle: China | India
    Distilled: 2016
    The scent is all zen. It’s unitone and lasts for hours. The smell of sinensis half-grew on Indian soil — that sinensis’ essence, not its distillation apparel… i.e. super slowly heated chips, listen closely. Even if we made a hash of the distillation, the... reminisce ››
    Final Bottle Sold

    Archipelago


    Jungles: Malinau / Jayapura
    Aged: 2 years (2014)
    Companies have advertising budgets. They invest in PR events. Sometimes, they sell a product at a loss, just to prove a point. If you think you could offer high-grade wild oud at this price without seriously loosening up on your ... reminisce ››
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    Royal Guallam


    Jungle: Vietnam
    Aged: 4 Years (2012)
    We can’t go back in time four years or deflate the astronomical costs of wild Vietnamese agarwood. We can’t un-string the $50,000 bangles, un-carve the miniatures, or revive the jungles and plant back the centennial trees. It takes... reminisce ››
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    Guallam Solide


    Jungle: Vietnam / Laos
    Aged: 6 Years (2010)
    Heady, diffusive, and potent notes of pure Vietnamese agarwood (laced with a little something from Laos, for the extra kick) emanate from your skin as though you’d just sprayed a designer scent. You can tell this is a totally unique type of agarwood extract... reminisce ››
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    Pursat 2005


    Jungle: Pursat
    Aged: 11 Years (2005)
    I’ve used and abused, tested, reviewed, and distilled more Cambodian oud than I can remember. ‘Cambodi’ is probably the profile I’m most familiar with – as an oud man in today’s scene, you have to be… ‘Cambodi’ must be the most... reminisce ››
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    Kynam No 1


    Jungle: Vietnam
    Aged: 12 Years (2004)
    These were not oils that you sold to make money. Scents like these are impossible to attach a dollar figure to, because they are priceless. These were brand builders. Oils that not only made a company but spurred an entire market where there was none before... reminisce ››
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    Yunnan Exclusive


    Jungle: Yunnan | Hainan
    Aged: 11 years (2005)
    Here’s oud that’s got more cojones than the heartiest Hindi. A sensuous tobacco-leaf sweetness only the oldest Laotians can match. A scent profile that drives an entire subculture of collectors – leads an entire market of millionaires that invest exclusively in... reminisce ››
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    Port Moresby


    Jungle: Papua New Guinea
    Distilled: 2005
    Focused on the same theme of narcotic kinam smoke, Port Moresby takes the gargantuan scent of heated green kyara chips notches higher than its famed twin. The dense-resined New Guinea Gyrinops that went into it made Port Moresby a historic masterpiece... reminisce ››
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    Kyara de Kalbar


    Jungle: Borneo
    Distilled: 2009
    A continuous medley of orris, wild fig, blackcurrant, persimmon, and the softest powderiness spontaneously drives the fragrance, adrift a wave of resinous Indonesian incense, with a hypnotic pull calling from behind the smoke ... reminisce ››
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    Oud Nuh


    Jungle: Meghalaya
    Distilled: May 2009
    Unlike other Hindis, the generally sharp barnyard character is less pronounced and the top-notes less pungent. Instead of the gradual change in the oil's profile, the aroma remains marvelously monotonous, for those occasions where you simply want an essence... reminisce ››
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    Oud Royale 1985


    Jungle: Sumatra
    Aged: 30 Years (1985)
    Our distiller didn’t have a crystal ball to tell him this wood would be worth thousands per kilogram somewhere down the line. So he did the best that he could for the time he was in, which was to cook the absolute best oil. That was his luck, and this is now your luck... reminisce ››
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    Kinamantan


    Jungle: Borneo
    Aged: 10 years (2006)
    Imagine Port Moresby changed DNA and metamorphosed into a Borneo oil – while retaining all of its kinamiferous virtues. What do you think that would smell like? Kinamantan stands right next to the 4000; next to Kyara LTD... reminisce ››
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    Oud Yunus


    Jungle: Meghalaya
    Distilled: 2007
    It musters herculean strength only to remain gentle and soft, radiating sunshine and sweet dried plums on the surface of his unfathomable depth. It boasts a milk chocolate smoothness laced with sumptuous tuberose, fig, toffee and delectable barn atop a soulstirring... reminisce ››
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    Sultan Salman


    Jungle: Sri Lanka | New Guinea
    Distilled: 2017
    If you’re ready to sign up for more graduate studies in the scent of oud resin, not accessory notes, then here you’ve got the oleoresin on full display. At the risk of putting down a bottle of oud that sold for $1,000 more, quality-wise Sultan Salman smells right... reminisce ››
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    Sultan Sufyan


    Jungle: New Guinea / Sumatra
    Aged: 1 Year (2015)
    You can Kodo the daylights out of an oud chip for hours on end, or you can fry it on a scorching coal and be done in a minute. But an untrained nose has trouble picking up the subtleties of low temp heating, while a trained nose hates to... reminisce ››
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    Oud Dhul Q


    Jungle: Cambodia & Thailand
    Aged: 2 years (2015)
    It’s like you take the raw agarwood vapor exuding from that chip on your burner and place it under an olfactory magnifying lens. It’s because in oil form that scent is so concentrated, Oud Dhul Q literally zooms in closer to agarwood’s resinous heart than... reminisce ››
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    Oud Sultani


    Jungle: Malaysia
    Aged: 15 years (2001)
    Enter an olfactory Time Machine and go back in time to experience what real oud ought to smell like. This is Perfume. The quintessential heart of that ecstasy that grips your chest when you inhale something of incredible beauty ... reminisce ››
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    Chiem Po Chai


    Jungle: Cambodia
    Aged: 5 Years (2012)
    I’m hard-pressed to think of a better Eid gift. This is the only Cambodi we ever distilled in Taiwan. Three Gurus had to join heads to design this distillation, so you already have an inkling what kind of oil this is going to be... reminisce ››
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    Yunnan 2003


    Jungle: Yunnan
    Aged: 13 years (2003)
    If there’s anything in the world of Oud that’s even rarer than Vietnamese Kyara, it is Yunnan Oud. Yunnan Oud is so rare, I’ve only smelled one batch in my entire career. It so prized amid Chinese collectors it commands the same price as wild Vietnamese oils... reminisce ››
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    Aroha Kyaku


    Cultivation: Trat Khao Yai
    Aged: 1 Year
    Incense addicts, listen up! Copper connoisseurs, come even closer. How to de-fruitify copper distilled oud oils seems like an impossible job – especially if you’re distilling Aquilaria Crassna. It’s like trying to turn apple juice into Earl Grey ... reminisce ››
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    Assam 3000


    Jungle: Assam
    Aged: 5 years (2012)
    The sensual allure of the original Borneo 3000 meets the meditative power of the highest calibre Indian agarwood to create an olfactory wonder that sets a new record for Indian Oud. The sillage is great and unobtrusive, ideal to wear anywhere for anywhere ... reminisce ››
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    Royale No 5


    Jungle: Maroke
    Aged: 11 Years (2004-5)
    Royale No 5 doesn’t just share the ‘vintage agarwood liqueur’ facets of the first Royale, like the '85 did. This is an actual Maroke and the distillation style is the same as Royale I. The royal incense profile never quiets down... reminisce ››
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    Cambodi Caramel II


    Jungle: Cambodia
    Aged: 6 Years (2011)
    I searched high and low, traversing through distillery after distillery to make this oud. I smelled the good, the bad, and the downright ugly… all until I laid my hands on this batch. This is probably the most yummy Cambodi you can... reminisce ››
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    Bois de Borneo


    Jungle: Malinau
    Aged: 2 years (2015)
    If you haven’t yet joined the barnyard fan club, or want to go on a fast from the fruit of Cambodis, then Bois de Borneo’s bare bones agarwood is for you. You’ll relish the honeysuckle, the naked-earth-meets-honey head and heart. But what will keep your nose glued... reminisce ››
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    Encens d'Angkor


    Cultivation: Trat
    Aged: 6 Years (2011)
    Anyone can order Oud directly from a distiller. Just like anyone can order a Monet directly from the printers. You’re getting a picture on paper, sure. Just like you’re getting oil in a bottle. But you know the difference... reminisce ››
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    Oud Mostafa No 5


    Cultivation: Koh Kong
    Aged: 4 years (2013)
    What you have here – ‘Oud Mostafa No 5’ – is the smoothest version of the fragrance produced to date, including its predecessor variant distilled from the same raw materials (Oud Mostafa No 4). Cultivated Cambodian agarwood, distilled in the legendary... reminisce ››
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    Borneo 2000


    Jungle: Borneo
    Aged: 6 years (2010)
    This is the mark of a great Borneo. Take the raspberry fruitiness of Borneo 3000. Whether it’s the first whiff or two hours later, the profile holds beautifully steady—three hours later you might well fool yourself into thinking you just put on a swipe a minute ago ... reminisce ››
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    Dom Kwan


    Cultivation: Thailand
    Distilled: 2015
    This is one of those ouds whose aromatic depth you keep exploring. The scent opens up unique facets as you go about your day, whether sitting in an air-conned dining room or strolling down the sidewalk, or at work where you discreetly sniff the top of ... reminisce ››
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    KLTD 2010


    Jungle: New Guinea
    Aged: 6 years (2010)
    You wanted Oriscent back, so here you go! Kyara LTD, re-done from New Guinea gyrinops in 2010. This is the oil that triggered the entire Sultan Series and its unlimited takes on PNG gyrinops – and the only one out of the series that was distilled 100% Oriscent style... reminisce ››
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    Maroke Mysore


    Jungle: Maroke
    Aged: 10 Years (2006)
    Sandalwood’s been my pet love since before Mysore became as barren of wild sandal as Hainan has of wild aloes. For me, doing a sandaloud fusion was something personal; an OCD itch I needed to scratch. But here’s the catch: you’re shackled by... reminisce ››
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    Sultan Afnan


    Jungle: Brunei | New Guinea
    Aged: 2 Years (2014-5)
    This is a very limited hybrid I did with two super rare batches of wood. Take the crisp green aquatic beauty of straight New Guinea oud dubbed with the ethereal touch of Blue Brunei. Add a dose of Borneo’s unique soft-sweet spiciness, a quiet floral zest... reminisce ››
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    Koh Kong '76


    Jungle: Koh Kong
    Aged: 2 Years (2014)
    The Great Cambodian Experiment was all about capturing the vintage red aroma of old time, now no more, Koh Kong ouds. Laced with Mr. Nhek’s red well water, the oils in the series – Kambodi Kuwwa, Kambodi X, Chen Xiang Khmer, and... reminisce ››
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    Maroke Zen


    Jungle: Maroke
    Distillation: 2015
    I’ve said it before, Maroke ouds are a nightmare to distill! The yield kills you every time and supply is scant. But, as with Maroke Sultan, we tried to cut the cost at no expense to the quality, to craft an artisanal Maroke oud that belongs on the ... reminisce ››
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    Hun Yin


    Jungle: Sumatra | New Guinea
    Distilled: 2015
    Apart from some astounding new scent chords that were created by this synergy, the weirdest thing for me is that it smells almost exactly like some top shelf Malaysian oud that has nothing to do with either New Guinea or ... reminisce ››
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    Aku Akira


    Jungle: Karbi Anglong
    Aged: 5 Years (2011)
    The calming aroma of dried rooibos twigs laced with matcha turns the initial ground pepper / nutmeg spiciness almost sweet – almost. The classically steel distilled wild-harvested Karbi Anglong raw materials give the oil a couldn’t-be-more-full-bodied ... reminisce ››
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    Koh Kong K


    Jungle: Koh Kong
    Aged: 2 years (2014)
    He wouldn’t part with either of them, not for love or money. The Koh Kong one impressed me so much that my whole focus turned to capturing that same smell again and it’s the scent that’s become the benchmark for all the Cambodian ouds I’ve made since... ... reminisce ››
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    Oud Sulaiman III


    Jungle: Myanmar
    Aged: 7 years (2008)
    As unique a profile as Oud Khidr, Oud Nuh and Assam Kinam. There is a softness, a powderiness and an altogether different character to it. Deep down that bottomless goodness lay blood orange zest, musk, ancient woods, civet, animalic elixirs from other eons ... reminisce ››
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    Borneo 5000


    Jungle: Borneo
    Aged: 4 Years (2013)
    Every bit as pheromonal as the 3000, with even louder silage and added tenacity, this is the oud you show frag aficionados to prove that not all ouds are created equal. Imagine Sheikh’s Borneo took a dive deep down the lily pond ... reminisce ››
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    Chinese Exclusive


    Jungle: Hainan Island
    Distilled: 2004

    Ancient perfumery regarded the natural scent of the body as the ultimate love scent. Rather than hide it by any means possible, it aimed to enhance it and make it louder. Far from an embarrassed cover-up, Chinese Exclusive celebrates our archetypal pheromonal

    ... reminisce ››
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    Sumi Naga


    Jungle: Nagaland
    Distilled: 2013
    It is all about the scent of wood. Warm wood. Smooth wood. Lustrous wood. An amulet sheened by rubbing fingers, features now formless humps, pulsing with eons of hopes and desires. The scent is so soft, so powdery, so gentle. It is weightless warmth and ... reminisce ››
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    Kaliman Kala


    Jungle: Borneo
    Aged: 4 years (2012)
    Each batch in the project contained only wild-harvested agarwood. We didn’t settle for just ‘wild’ either. We sourced a variety of aquilaria subspecies—not just malaccensis or microcarpas—to capture more of the complete Borneo scent spectrum ... reminisce ››
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    Kambodi Kuwwa


    Jungle: Koh Kong
    Distilled: 2014

    Koh Kong was the Mecca of Cambodian oud distillation. Now, the oud scene there is dead, with rusted pots piled up and stowed away. You get distillation going on in Pursat and elsewhere and these have their own scent profile. But they’re not proper  

    ... reminisce ››
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    Kyara Sayang


    Jungle: Papua

    The green of sitting in the backseat of a taxicab taking you from the ginseng and oolong tasting room to the distillery in the Taiwanese countryside... beaded bangles carved out of precious old Vietnamese stock ($150,000 for 8 or 9 mm beads)

    ... reminisce ››
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    Unnu Accha


    Jungle: Sumatra
    Distilled: 2014

    With this ultra rare batch, we turned that Sumatran oudiness into a jaw-dropping fruitilicious magnificence unlike we've ever experienced ourselves in any oud—our Taiwanese distillations included. The scent is pristinely clean and for a Sumatran distill, supremely

    ... reminisce ››
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    Sultan Mujeeb


    Jungle: New Guinea
    Distilled: 2015

    If you’re a Kodo aficionado or frequently fumigate with agarwood, you know the delicate scales of quality the scent of agarwood smoke ascends through. Some incense connoisseurs spend a whole eveni ng simply in search of a single note! Sultan Mujeeb is

    ... reminisce ››
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    Unnu Izza


    Jungle: Sumatra
    Distilled: 2015

    A well crafted Sumatran oil hits just the right balance between earth, incense and woods. I love SS because it's clean cut and to the point. It's Sumatran oud to the bone, with a pine leaf crispness cloaked in an incense heartnote. One of the most surprizing notes you find is a sweet purple

    ... reminisce ››
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    Sultan Abdül Aziz


    Jungle: New Guinea | Malaysia
    Distilled: 2014

    Sultan Abdul Aziz is a milestone in pure oud distillation and modern perfumery. When Ernest Beaux set out to create Chanel No 5 he looked beyond the norm of single profile scents. He wasn't out to capture the essence of rose or jasmine anymore. What mattered was

    ... reminisce ››
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    Kambodi X


    Jungle: Koh Kong
    Aged: 2 Years (2014)
    Take a break from the unripe berries and the cherries. Take a step back from those pasteurised ‘Cambodis’. Most of us who come to oud for the first time come from a scentscape that does not approve of oud! (Think back to the time you first smelled those funky ... reminisce ››
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    Maroke Sultan


    Jungle: Maroke
    Distilled: 2015

    You could steam distill the daylights out of Maroke wood and probably get a much better yield. For sure, you'll save yourself two months of insanity at the disitllery and a lot of money. But the unique hydro/steel set-up we used to juice this beauty turned

    ... reminisce ››
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    Sultan Osman


    Jungle: New Guinea
    Distilled: 2015

    The sencha-mellow, clean kinam incense scent whispers, never shouts. Its therapeutic value is on par with burning raw New Guinea incense straight, if not more. Because the scent lingers for hours, the effect is continuous and thus often enhanced

    ... reminisce ››
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    Xen Ji


    Cultivation: Thailand
    Aged: 3 Years (2012)

     If you're just starting out in pure oud, Xen Ji fast forwards you to fine artisanal scents that would cost you more to get otherwise. If your olfactory insight is already tuned in to the intricacies of pure oud scents, Xen Ji is one insightful look into just how

    ... reminisce ››
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    Candan Sultan


    Jungle: Sumatra
    Distilled: 2015

    Even though Candan is known to produce a powerhouse fragrance, the beauty and purity of the straight Candan scent goes missing between notes of leather and plums when co-distilled with other species of aquilaria, and ends up giving you a

    ... reminisce ››
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    Saumanasa


    Cultivation: Trat
    Aged: 3 years (2012)
    Its scent progression is slow and gives you plenty of time to get stuck amidst freesias and sweet peas before you’re thrown into a mash of freshly crushed magnolia petals. If you’re a copper connoisseur, there’s no way around not getting a bottle of this ... reminisce ››
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    Oud Ilyas


    Cultivation: Thailand | Cambodia
    Aged: 5 Years (2010)

    This oil’s unusually thick velvety glaze is thanks to an experimental hybrid fractionation extraction technique designed to increase longevity and intensify the woody notes often downplayed in new age Cambodian ouds.

    ... reminisce ››
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    Thai Phalaka


    Cultivation: Trat
    Aged: 3 years (2012)

    Never tried oud before? This should be your first bottle. Thai Phalaka takes you from the overly sweet mainstream to the fruity niche. It shows you what oud is all about without throwing you into the deep end. You don’t have to

    ... reminisce ››
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    Dom Ram


    Jungle: Koh Kong
    Aged: 1 Year (2014)

    Forget everything you know about Cambodian ouds. Tear down the picture of a yellow-orange scent profile, or even a sunset-red one. Blank out the overly fruity-floral blend you find today. This is about to set a new benchmark in your collection.

    ... reminisce ››
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    Sultan Orhan


    Jungle: New Guinea

    Exactly as if you're inhaling bubbling burst of vapor straight from a burning oud chip, dense green heart notes embody Sultan Orhan's agar kernel. This piercing oud wood smokiness makes this oil especially therapeutic, with a scent that

    ... reminisce ››
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    Maroke Muah


    Jungle: Maroke
    Aged: 1 year (2014)

    This oud throws you back to the sixties, sends you trekking to a Jamaican village or a Cali commune—wherever you find patchouli and counter culture. It’s an aroma that screams NATURAL. Jungle black. Pure agar core, wild grown

    ... reminisce ››
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    Chen Xiang Khmer


    Jungle: Koh Kong
    Aged: 1 Year (2014)

    This is the scent that brought oud onto the world stage. With Chen Xiang Khmer as a scent reference, you'll appreciate where all the modern Cambodi, Thai and north Malaysian ouds come from. Age your bottle a little and you'll discover a pure bred

    ... reminisce ››
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    Somewhere in a Shanghai penthouse, a wealthy oudhead is missing an agarwood bangle. A Beijing business baron’s display case stares back empty. Taipei’s illustrious incense tycoon is missing his most sought-after ingredient ... reminisce ››
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    Chen Xiang Qi


    Jungle: Papua
    Aged: 7 Years (2007)
    During our collaboration on the Sultan Series, our Thai distiller said to me: “I don’t know how you do it. You can consistently get ‘the green’ smell, no matter what wood you use.” Now, guess what the secret behind the green smell is... reminisce ››
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    Maroke Kyen


    Cultivation: Trat
    Aged: 1 year (2014)
    This time one year ago we installed nine new pots at our Thailand distillery, and they’ve all been juicing out oud since then. But only the latest oil will be for sale. All the distillations prior to that were merely leading up to an olfactory vision... reminisce ››
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    Thai Kodo


    Cultivation: Thailand
    Aged: 3 Years (2012)
    You repeatedly hear about ouds made from ‘the finest raw materials’ or the ‘highest grade’ agarwood. I’ve heard that a millions times myself when talking with distillers and farmers about crafting a new oud oil. What I find is that... reminisce ››
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    It was a real challenge to gear up the distillery for this extraction. After all the hard work and man hours the team put in to get the system up and running, it’s a thrill to have such a stunning oil to show for it. And I’m very excited to have others share in this incredible scent

    ... reminisce ››
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    Satori Basho


    Cultivation: Trat
    Aged: 20 months (2013)
    Unless you get all new-age with the distillation, pure kyen-crafted oud is naturally imbued with the aroma of fine clean sencha. Like Satori Kensho, this is a 100% pure kyen distillation. The wood is rare, the yield was low... reminisce ››
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    Haflong Hua


    Jungle: Haflong
    Aged: 3 Years (2012)

    The three years of aging is noticeable in the refinement of the top notes. A full bodied wildflower chord quiets down under notes of rooibos chai and cardamon. Then the most refreshing breeze of silver needle leaves starts to swirl around a base of unsweetened peach nectar

    ... reminisce ››
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    Oud al Kaabah


    Cultivation: Khao Ra Kam
    Aged: 3 years (2011)

    The scent of the Kaabah fascinates millions. The allure, the majesty and the pull of the Kaabah are enough to set your heart ablaze as you circumambulate around the Holy House. Yet for many worshippers, the House of God ought to have a sacred fragrance.

    ... reminisce ››
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    Papua Pua


    Jungle: Maroke
    Aged: 7 years (2008)
    If you’re a Maroke-and-nothing-but-Maroke connoisseur, this profile adds a gentler dimension to its darker twins Maroke 2004 and Maroke LTD. Faint notes of cinnamon, cacao and guana bana on the back burner make the scent progression ... reminisce ››
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    Satori Kensho


    Cultivation: Thailand
    Aged: 3 years (2012)
    If only pure kyen wasn’t so rare I’d wear Satori Kensho non-stop. Its clean green (dare I say kyara?) makes it a deeply meditative fragrance. It also makes it ideal to wear wherever you go―and good luck trying to explain that you’re wearing oud oil... reminisce ››
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    Khao Kala


    Cultivation: Trat
    Aged: 2 years (2012)
    If you’re not into the delicate fruity-floral ouds and dig the more resinous incense profiles, this is your oud. The trees used to craft Khao Kala were ethically harvested, organically grown, then artisanally distilled. We’ve fine-tuned our distillation methods ... reminisce ››
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    Basic Kinam


    Cultivation: Chanthaburi
    Aged: 4 Years (2011)
    The kinam-y menthol minty incense green high notes linger long enough to make you go – is this for real? – then smoothe into a gentle jasmine suave reminiscent of the mighty Oud Yaqoub. The secret behind this jasmine limegreen scent is the same as that behind ... reminisce ››
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    Bhuta Patala


    Jungle: Bhutan
    Aged: 3 years (2011)
    White frangipani with a subtle citrus peel topnote, delicate nuances of tuberose laced with ultra fine CO2-extracted Mysore sandalwood from decades ago, and a fruity fusion of apricots, persimmons and candied rotab dates... reminisce ››
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    Oud Yaqoub


    Chanthaburi Province
    Aged: 3 years (2011)
    Narcotic a la the finest jasmine, Oud Yaqoub is already the finest Cambodi you'll ever lay nostrils on. Age it a year or two, and you'll be in possession of one of the Greats of all time. Ethereal without being light, an uplifting jasmine note fuses into... reminisce ››
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    Oud Dhul Kifl


    Cultivation: Chanthaburi
    Aged: 6 years (2008)
    Although we could have released it when it was first distilled, you’re getting a bottle that’s aged for close to six years instead, which now makes this the oldest, most mature organic oud oil out there. And did I mention the world’s thickest? ... reminisce ››
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    Maroke LTD


    Jungle: Papua New Guinea
    Distilled: 2004
    Wild Maroke agarwood—pitch black resin—distilled in 2004—in Taiwan—by one of the greatest craftsmen the agarwood scene has ever known—and then aged for a decade!... All that, for just $100 more than what you’ll pay anywhere else for oils distilled last month... reminisce ››
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    Kambodi Kadeem


    Koh Kong Province
    2013
    To understand how old school Cambodis used to be made meant visiting every veteran distiller we knew. Each one had some wisdom to share, but they all agreed on one thing: “If we could make that kind of oud oil today, we would,” they’d say. “But those days are gone”... reminisce ››
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    Archipelago 2008


    Jungle: Maroke, West Papua, Borneo
    Aged: 6 years (2008)
    The result is an ultra ethereal oud frag that instead of green smells dark and blackish. But not in any burnt or unpleasant sense. It is ultra cool and refreshing, to you and yourself, and those around you too. The drydown is reminiscent of the last Sultan Murad... reminisce ››
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    Oud Sultan Murad


    Jungle: New Guinea
    Distilled: 2014
    The new Sultan Murad is an oil that I enjoy eating as much as I adore putting it on my skin. I took great pains to ensure the oil is edible by manning the pot in person throughout soak and distillation, and this has turned my Great Cambodian Experiment upside down... reminisce ››
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    Borneo Thaqeel


    State of Sarawak
    2012
    I kept inhaling in search of my Borneo, but the rose was all over the night air, everywhere, hovering above us like a cloud. If you opened your mouth you could taste it. Then something interesting happened and I caught a whiff of the wood... reminisce ››
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    Mission: Cambodi Kinam


    Jungle: Cambodia
    1989-2013

    Acting like a first time tourist while the customs officer asked for my ID and entry form, I’d be lying if I said my heart didn’t skip a beat every now and then. Missing the meeting would be a greater loss than being sent back to Bangkok with an empty wallet

    ... reminisce ››
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    Oud Khidr


    Jungle: North Cachar
    Distilled: January 2009
    Take Assam Black, multiply its blackness by about three, intensify its oudiness to the point where all typical Assam notes disappear to make way for the woodiest, deepest South Papua oud you've ever inhaled, and you've got - a major problem... reminisce ››
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    Kalbar 3000


    Jungle: Borneo
    Distilled: 2007

    Unlike inert resin contained in oud wood, distilled oud oil has the ability to mature and age and attain a depth surpassing the scent of lifeless chips. That is the beauty of artisanal distillation. In this little bottle, we have captured the very soul of the tree

    ... reminisce ››
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    Oud Isa


    Jungle: Meghalaya
    Distilled: 2009
    Even Oud Nuh's mellow appeal is slightly smokier compared to the sweetness of Oud Isa. Even the airiest Borneo has to fight hard to compete with its liveliness; the fruitiest Cambodi has to dig deep. To the Western palate, Oud Isa might well be the most... reminisce ››
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    Kyara Ko-Twe


    Jungle: Chanthaburi | Brunei
    Distilled: 2009

    If you were ever captivated by the Oud of the Arabs, or associated Oud with the Arabian peninsula, then you will immediately recognize Kyara Ko-Twe as the epitome of Arabian Oud. The oil which all the little (and big) shops in the Oud souqs are trying to imitate

    ... reminisce ››
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    Oud Mostafa No 1


    Jungle: Burma
    Distilled: 2010
    His companions, who strived to emulate him with every morsel of flesh they had, quickly perfumed their hand if they saw someone coming up the street toward them, so the scent could rub off and they’d earn the reward for perfuming each other.... reminisce ››
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    Oud Royale II


    Jungle: Philippines
    Distilled: 2008
    Bolder than Borneo, cleaner than Cambodi, this Filipino personifies more than just a fragrant montage of her neighboring islands. Her soil drinks from the westerly wind, giving birth to a sensual synthesis familiar to all but undeniably her own... reminisce ››
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    Oud Yusha


    Cultivation: Trat
    Distilled: July 2010
    If you don't believe in aromatherapy, this oil is bound to change that. Take a swipe of Oud Yusha and see if you don't bliss out instantly. There are moments it smells so fruity, it reminds you of the purple bubble gum you used to chew in junior high school. Or rosy lipstick. Or... reminisce ››
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    Maroke 2004


    Jungle: Maroke
    Distilled: 2004
    Just about the rarest oil from Maroke you can ever get ahold of, this is the first distillation conducted by our Taiwanese wizard who produced Kyara de Kalbar, Royal Kinam, Kyara LTD, Borneo 4000, Kyara Koutan, and many other legends which now command much higher... reminisce ››
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    Purple Dervish


    Cultivation: Koh Kong, Pursat
    Distilled: 2011
    Purple Dervish starts off with a guessing game. You're flushed with fruit aplenty, but the depth of the fragrance wants you to dig deep and decipher the secret. Instead of the woods-only heart notes of most short-lived Cambodis, a comforting sweetness - almost sugary... reminisce ››
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    Crassna Cha Experiment


    Trat Province
    November 2011
    In Crassna Cha, instead of plums and figs, you get lime and verbena; instead of honey, cinnamon, and cherries, you get crystal-clear sencha, mint and Granny Smith, all under the spell of spicy piercing green incense notes of kinamic proportions... reminisce ››
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    Oud Emerald


    Jungle: Jayapura
    Distilled: March 2010
    If Borneo oils take you for a mid-day stroll along a dry forest path on a blue-sky summer day, Oud Emerald invites you for an early morning jog deep into the jungle, where pine leaves glitter with the clean morning dew... reminisce ››
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    Qi Nam Khmer


    Jungle: Cambodia, Khao Yai
    Distilled: 2012
    Qi Nam Khmer will never come again, and I myself had no idea what a true incense-grade Cambodi could smell like, until I laid my nostrils on Khmer... reminisce ››
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    Assam Sur Fleur


    Jungle: Assam
    Distilled: 2012
    Each exquisite note you expect to find in a bottle of artisanal oud with the label ‘Assam’ on it, you’ll discover in Sur Fleur. Once you become more intimate with the scent’s hypnotic cadence, these recurring themes reveal themselves unexpectedly, beautifully... reminisce ››
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    Encens Khmer


    West Borneo & Trat
    July 2009
    I recall him putting some precious Vietnamese kyara carving dust on his low heat electric burner (specially designed for kyara chips) as he handed me the oil. And he gave me some green kyara powder to chew on and keep under my tongue. With a numbed mouth and a... reminisce ››
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    Encens Imperial


    Jungle: Assam
    Distilled: 2011
    There might be no Kyara in Assam. But only in Assam do you find Muana, a heart note of serenity not even Kyara can capture and just as rare. You might have smelled it when burning crazy-grade Assam wood chips, but pick it up in an oud oil... this is a first.... reminisce ››
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    Borneo 3000 II


    Jungle: Borneo
    Distilled: 2005
    Borneo 3000 is bottled bliss, with the sweetness of vanilla, the fruitiness of figs and wild raspberries, the floral tonality of white water lilies and white lotuses adrift on fragrant waters, and the decadence of the most tantalizing agarwood note you will want to die for... reminisce ››
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    Green Papua


    Jungle: Jayapura
    Crafted: 2004
    Who'd ever think oud could be green? The Arabs, with their synthetic oud 'mukhallats', maintain that oud should be a reddish brown, or as black as possible. Not to mention thick like molasses, so that you could hardly get it out of the bottle... reminisce ››
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    Kyara LTD


    Jungle: Burma
    Distilled: 2005
    While green kyara has been traditionally thought to originate in the jungles of Vietnam, the scientific, Latin name for kyara would indicate otherwise. In English, Aquilaria Sinensis translates to Chinese Aquilaria. So the true origin of kyara is China, not Vietnam!... reminisce ››
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    Borneo Kinam


    Jungle: Borneo
    Distilled: 2007
    Possessing a bold femininity, and a depth that is nearly dramatic in play with its sweetness, Borneo Kinam is far from your everyday Borneo Oud. As the oil dries down, its floral notes come alive - slightly rosy with the fading fragrance of plumerias... reminisce ››
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    Kyara LTD Centennial


    Jungle: Chanthaburi
    Distilled: 2013
    In effect, what we’re doing is to buy 2000 ten-gram packets from Baiedo’s premium agarwood incense range and then instead of pulling out the burner, we head off to the distillery. This is, according to everybody in the oud producing world you will ever meet, pure insanity.... reminisce ››
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    Borneo 4000


    Jungle: Tarakan
    Distilled: 2005
    When I first sampled this oil in our distiller's Jakarta home, I couldn't but fall in love with it. He told me his colleagues were poking fun at him when they saw it: 'Why do you make such costly oud, friend? Have you gone crazy?'... reminisce ››
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    Muana LTD


    Jungle: Bhutan
    Distilled: 2012
    The almost mythical appreciation the Japanese attribute to it has made kyara familiar to anybody who knows something about agarwood, and if you look hard enough you’ll find some. In contrast, this might be the first time... reminisce ››
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    Oud Sulaiman


    Jungle: Assam
    Distilled: 2006
    When the wealthiest man of all time wrote his Song of Songs, Indian 'Aloes' was not only not endangered and on the verge of extinction - it was the only oud known. The caravans made their way to the Holy Land from the East, carrying musk pods... reminisce ››
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    Oud Ishaq


    Jungle: Chanthaburi
    Distilled: 2008
    Ishaq radiates a suave and smooth presence with fine ethereal sweet woody notes that include tea, frangipani and neroli-like nuances. Out of all the citrus flowers, linden blossom comes to mind. The narcotic spicy floral notes of golden champaca... reminisce ››
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    Oud Idrees


    Jungle: Bhutan
    Distilled: May 2009
    In agarwood trees, the resin formation starts off in a circular pattern, growing inwards. The thin layer of hard resin embracing the heartwood is known as seah, while the wood beneath it is called kien. If seah is allowed to mature properly, this is what turns into... reminisce ››
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    Royal Kinam


    Jungle: Hong Kong
    Distilled: 2007
    Fortunately for us, the Japanese bigwigs that regulate the trade of kinam have been fooled into believing it only comes from Vietnam. It doesn't occur to them that the scientific term they use to identify kinam - Aquilaria sinensis - denotes another origin for their coveted... reminisce ››
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    Kyara LTD: Zen


    Source: Cambodia
    Distilled: 2014
    Agarwood collectors across Cambodia started to cash in on their stowed away stashes when the Chinese market started to boom. Some of them began clearing their display cabinets four to six years ago, while others only decided to give in since a year ago.... reminisce ››
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    Sheikh's Borneo


    Jungle: Tarakan
    Distilled: 2005
    Sheer elegance and impeccable taste mark its aromatic quality, as it is devoid of all harshness, leathery notes, and dull linearity. Much more than a costly fragrance, this oil possesses a spirituality that has been cherished by the messengers of God... reminisce ››
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    Sweet China


    Jungle: Hainan
    Distilled: 2007
    Nutmeg and acacia, wild-honey wafting through the woody iridescence of Chinese Exclusive Oud. Sweet China's zesty, tangy, orange-peel aroma atop a latakia tobacco smell thoroughly evokes a sense of antiquity. Wondering through this aromatic labyrinth... reminisce ››
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    Assam Kinam


    Jungle: Meghalaya
    Distilled: May 2008
    Predecessor to Oud Nuh, Oud Isa and Oud Ayoub, Assam Kinam is only preceded by Oud Yunus, in our line of wild, ancient Meghalayan distillations. Mature, exotic and warm, resplendent and rich - it boasts a unique and unrivaled aloeswood character... reminisce ››
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    Purple Papua


    Jungle: Maroke
    Distilled: 2004
    Its dark jungly depth keeps radiating in spicy purple notes for hours and hours on end. Hoping to find the bottom of the scent while comparing it to Oud Royale, you'll feel like a sultan without a crown. Or an aborigine not needing one?... reminisce ››
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    Archipelago


    Jungle: Indonesia
    Distilled: 2005
    We wanted an oud that would represent the collective Indonesian archipelago of islands. An oil balancing between the cool floral tones of the finest Papua oils and the sweet honey notes of the rarest Borneo scent. An oil devoid of any harshness, muddiness, or... reminisce ››
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    Oud Shuyukh


    Jungle: Assam
    Distilled: 2006
    If you want that wild Indian oud fragrance which is the stuff of legends and wonders of the past, you must opt for the rarities - the exotic specimens of Assam oud which are now harvested in the jungles of of Bhutan, Nagaland and Manipur... reminisce ››
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    Blue Brunei


    Jungle: Brunei
    Distilled: 2007
    This question had been irking me for a long time. Especially since our old Brunei Supreme was a co-extraction of Brunei, Indonesian, Malaysian and Indian agarwood. What would the ultimate Brunei Oud offer? What new vistas for the soul to discover?... reminisce ››
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    Malay Royale


    Jungle: Borneo
    Distilled: 2007
    On another occasion we walked into a warehouse where a large supply of wood was spread out across the floor being dried and prepared for distillation. The only problem was that the wood was... well... not agarwood. Good firewood perhaps, but not oud... reminisce ››
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    Assam Black


    Cultivation: Tripura
    Distilled: May 2008
    this oil is the result of organized cultivation efforts put in place by the Indian Government back in the 1950s. Massive amounts of Aquilaria Agallocha seeds were planted in the jungles of Tripura, in an effort to preserve wild growing agarwood trees. No less than fifty years later... reminisce ››
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    Ensar's Elixir


    Crafted: 2010
    Artisanal oud is not for those who wear oud oil just for the sake of wearing some smell. If you have a refined sense for anything perfume, the point is the oud and the bliss it delivers. Oud lovers take pleasure in every minute they spend drowned in its magic... reminisce ››
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    Kyara Koutan


    Jungle: Michina
    Distilled: 2007
    Without really fitting in anywhere, Kyara Koutan makes for a truly interesting study. Infatuated aesthetes will be unable to resists the oil's tantalizing depth and spiritual allure. Olfactory adventurers will return to it time and again, sure to be enthralled by every whiff... reminisce ››
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    Borneo 3000


    Jungle: Borneo
    Distilled: 2004
    When you carefully observe the evolution of the fragrance on your skin, you'll notice that the last note is in complete harmony with the first note. There is no unpleasant 'drop' in the quality of the fragrance, as is the case with other Borneos... reminisce ››
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    Oud Royale


    Jungle: Maroke
    Distilled: 1982
    Oud oil is normally extracted from wood that ranges from $20 to a few hundred dollars per kilogram. The quality of agarwood that is burned as incense, and which costs several thousand per kilogram, as a rule, never gets used in the distillation of agarwood oil... reminisce ››
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    Oud Mostafa Experiment


    Trat Province, May 2012
    4-bottle set
    To tone down oud by skipping the soak – to take the oomph out of oud, so to speak – is to... not produce oud. Oud is characterized and identified by that selfsame note – the pungent, strong, powerful, sometimes overwhelming... reminisce ››
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    Khao Yai Experiment


    Khao Yai Province
    January 2012
    In a class all its own as an uncanny aromatic comparable to the rarest floral extracts used in high class perfumery; yet it's so complex and layered it's a complete 'perfume' by itself. Notes of guava and blue lotus, with a spicy top note and a heart... reminisce ››
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    Thai Encens Experiment


    Trat Province
    November 2011
    Trying to persuade the wood brokers and the distiller that this production would be unmatched by anything they'd ever done was a futile endeavor. They were just too taken aback by this kind of request; using incense-grade wood to make oil... reminisce ››
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