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    Organic Oud

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

    Jungle: India
    Distilled: 2021
    A crisp cocktail of spiced plums, tangy nectarines, and ginger-infused black tea awaits you. As the hours glide by, you’ll notice the effulgent syrupy cinnamon heart notes mesh into a honey-like sweet aroma, leaving you with a... explore ››


    Jungle: Cambodia
    Distilled: 2017
    Komrad K is a multi-jungle montage of wild (70-80%) Cambodian agarwood collected from across the country (including the big shots Koh Kong, Pursat and Kampong Speu) and locally cultivated Cambodian crassnas—not Thai imports... explore ››


    Cultivation: Thailand
    Distilled: 2018
    Oud Yaqoub is both a tribute and an upgrade to Oud Yusuf’s legacy. It represents every distiller’s dream, and every oud lover’s delight. It’s a pleasure to wear, addictive to dig into, and one of those oils you don’t want to let your nose get... explore ››


    Jungle: Laos | Thailand
    Distilled: 2020
    You can’t just skip the fermentation process to get this clean, deliciously fruit-infused Yinzhen aroma. If it were that simple, we’d gladly be dishing out a lot more of these oils. Instead, you only capture a scent like this once every few years. It's a... explore ››


    Jungle: Sumbawa | Pursat | Khao Ra Kam
    Distilled: 2020
    Black Sumbawa is an unusual first dive into the oud world, so if you’re one for adventure… you’re in for an olfactory treat. Many seasoned oudheads don’t even have a Sumbawan reference on their palettes, so if you’ve... explore ››


    Jungle: Nagaland | Cambodia
    The skill of oud distillation, like agarwood, takes years to mature. We’ve tried to duplicate what we’ve learned and achieved with organic oud over the past decade, and combine that expertise with what goes into... 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: 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: 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 ››


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