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    Organic Oud

    Each of these organic agarwood oils was custom distilled – meticulously, obsessively – according to Ensar’s crazy standards.

    Jungle: Sri Lanka | Trat | New Guinea
    Aroha Kyaku is a $2,500 smell we use as a PR statement. Even with that, People’s Silani is hands-down the cheapest oud I’ve ever released. So much so that it’s double, even triple the bargain Czar Ceylon was, for... explore ››


    Cultivation: Indochina
    Year: 1980 - 2019
    I know this is a big claim, but with this mouthwatering semi-bitter tinge I think Oud Yusuf fans will like this jacked-up edition as much—or more—than the original. The chance to experience smells like this come around once... explore ››


    Jungle: Cambodia & Thailand
    Distilled: 2021
    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... explore ››


    Cultivation: Thailand | Cambodia
    Distilled: 2020
    Artisanal oud oil is rich and complex, with scent notes tightly dancing together. While it retains that delicious fruity Thai base, Santosa brings out a floral dimension in pure oud oil that is unmatched. Its scent progression is... explore ››


    Cultivation: Maroke | Thailand
    Year: 2020
    Alright, I’ll confess. Maybe the set-up wasn’t all that traditional. The crazy introverted dark incense profile we unlocked in what otherwise should have been a playful breed of Thai fruitiness might have something to do with... explore ››


    Cultivation: Rayong
    Distilled: 2020
    Oud Extraordinaire is a one-in-a-thousand bottle of oud. It’s what all oud wants to be—organic and wild—but doesn't put in the time to become. The maturity of the fruitiness, the depth of the woody-incense backdrop... explore ››


    Jungle: Bhutan | Cambodia
    The way to approach Bhutanagu is to take a swipe and dig right in. Smell the first minute as it leads into the second into the third, then come back fitteen minutes later to smell its agallochan heart on full display. In fact, the... explore ››


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