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    Oud Wood

    Wild agarwood offers the sublimest incense experience.

    Harvested from the final frontiers of wild agarwood, these chips are soon to be a thing of the past.

    Sinking-Grade Filipino Oud
    Filipino agarwood doesn’t smell alike at all. Many investors have lost big money on massive, ink-black bicep chunks only to heat a piece and…… nothing. It became a huge issue for buyers and sellers. Until they struck diamonds, and... explore ››


    Rare High-Mountain Agarwood
    I know some folks prefer smaller, thinner oud chips to larger ones. Of course, with less resinated pieces, smaller oud chips can actually be worse because the heat punctures the entire chip immediately straight through. So, unless... explore ››


    Premium New Guinea Gyrinops
    You might have come across West Papuan (Indonesian) oud chips before, but you won’t hear much about chips like these exclusively from New Guinea. And it’s fascinating to see the way they break the more monotonous profiles of ... explore ››


    Legend has it that the whole “Brunei Kinam” story is a marketing ploy invented by the Chinese when they ran out of Vietnamese Kyara. To me, it makes little difference who invented the story. I can spend the rest of my days heating Brunei Kinam... explore ››


    Sinking Philippines Agarwood
    If you have any Filipino oud chips, I’m sure you know that now is not the time to sell any. Now’s the time to keep them. Just as you’d expect, we’ve seen oud prices skyrocket across the Philippines within the past two... explore ››


    I’ve found that many people think most oud wood kind of smells the same. Or, at least, the different regions’ woods don’t have the... explore ››


    Kinam is hyped up so much because few know what they’re talking about. For those who deal in kinam, collect kinam, or routinely indulge in kinam, there is no confusion. Kinam is hard to find if you don’t know where... explore ››


    Anyone who keeps their eye on kyara prices would have noticed how the big Japanese houses have dramatically jacked up the price of kyara within these past two years. For such established and reputable companies to do this is very telling.... explore ››


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