- 3rd September 2011, 01:31 AM
Question for Agarwood Chip burning enthusists
Have any of you found cultivated Agarwood Chips to be decent, in aroma, resin and oil content, or it is impossible to even remotely match the quality of old wild harvested Agarwood Chips? or they are a good alternative?
I ask because I find the cultivated oils just don't cut it, in my opinion.
- 3rd September 2011, 08:56 PM
Hey any input or reviews of agaraura's
Cambodi Sultan and
- 3rd September 2011, 10:08 PM
"I am under the impression (but not sure) that Amit's current chips are cultivated, and they are quite nice. I don't expect cultivated to have the depth or complexity of old wood though.
Also, I'm intrigued by these:
Tempted to try them just because they look so cool!"
These are produced via the project developed by Robert Blanchette (a mycologist from The U. of Minnesota). Likely to be good stuff I think! I have always wanted to try some but haven't had the cash. Essenceoftheages.com sells these woods in smaller quantities, FYI.
- 4th September 2011, 09:37 PM