• What Makes an Oud Legend?

    What Makes an Oud Legend?

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    Following Trygve Harris’ latest escapades through Laos, some confusion has come up about the real state of agarwood.  From some corners you’re being told agarwood is all but extinct, only to then hear that there’s in reality a surplus supply. So, what’s the deal? As I’m writing this, looking out at the distillery, a tractor offloads a freshly harvested agarwood tree. In a couple of hours...
  • What Makes Good Aloeswood | Oud Oil?

    What Makes Good Aloeswood

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    Over-exposure to inferior 'oud-based' fragrances on offer all over, coupled with a lack of experience with the kind of aroma real aloeswood connoisseurs go after, leaves many misinformed about what makes good oud oil. Your first encounter with aloeswood might very well have been an enlightening moment, or even a completely insignificant one. Regardless of that first impression, your olfactory sense on that day...
  • Agarwood and Stress Relief

    Agarwood and Stress Relief

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    Indigenous cultures and modern minds alike swear to the sacred nature of the mysterious agarwood tree. Oud wood and oil have a place in the homes of laymen and business tycoons alike, whether as carved agarwood beads, aloes wood miniatures of religious symbols, or bottles of fragrant oud oil. We might have dismissed it as mere superstition, had it not been for our own...
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