- 31st January 2010, 12:18 AM
I think know what she means - it is a kind of cooked seed note - something dry, edgy - I got something like that in Oudhasi's Green Gaharu. Not sure how that Thai oil smells, but to me it is a very undesirable note if it is too dominant in oud oils. What is cool about your reviews, Bluemoon, is that you try to peg your descriptions to something we have a shared experience in - concrete, specific smells. Even if those references aren't exact, they can be discussed in a meaningful way.
- 31st January 2010, 03:14 AM
Taha - please PM me any info on this stuff if you would be so kind.
Sorry this site is so restrictive.