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    Senkoh: Addictiveness above and beyond normal agarwood oil.

    A quality that makes you crave more and more of the scent, repeat swipes and incessant inhalations of the spot it was swiped on.

    If you have a thing for the skunky side of oud, by all means, go for it. But when generic funk steps onto the stage of Artisanal Oud Oil, prepare to get the China masters’ treatment: Sink, soap, scrub till your skin is cleansed of (in their words) the... explore ››


    Jungle: Borneo
    Some folks proclaim there’s no artistry involved in distilling oud. All you have to do is grind up wood, add water and heat it up. You know, like there’s no such thing as culinary art – all you have to do is cut up some veggies, add water and... explore ››


    Jungle: Bhutan
    Aged: 3 Years (2016)
    It’s the lack of change, the lack of needing to smell your wrist every 10 minutes to discover what’s next – pepper or champaka? – that makes it so well suited for meditation. It gives you a familiar focal — Muana Zen oozes a one-drum ... explore ››


    Jungle: Cambodia
    Distilled: 2017
    If you have a soft spot for Vietnamese or Chinese oud, Kampong Seila will stir your tastebuds as only the finest ones do. It’s an addictive oud liqueur that, if you’re like me, you’d want to wear non-stop. This was an experimental... explore ››


    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... explore ››


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