Agarwood oil thread.

  1. Igor01
    Igor01
    What were you wearing, masstika?
  2. Organic1
    Organic1
    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.
  3. Sparky
    Sparky
    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:

    http://www.scentedmountain.com/catal...d&productId=17 &

    http://www.scentedmountain.com/catal...d&productId=21

    Tempted to try them just because they look so cool!
  4. acer3
    acer3
    lol masstika

    nope I wasn't buying bread, actually it was just a bottle of plain ol water!
  5. MoPAT
    MoPAT
    Hi everyone.

    Has anyone tried agaraura's Al-Arabiya ? Any reviews ? Im thinking of ordering a sample ...
  6. MoPAT
    MoPAT
    @masstika : Thanks for the link !!
  7. Organic1
    Organic1
    Hey any input or reviews of agaraura's
    Cambodi Sultan and
    Cambodi Ameer?
  8. MrP
    MrP
    "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:

    http://www.scentedmountain.com/catal...d&productId=17 &

    http://www.scentedmountain.com/catal...d&productId=21

    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.
  9. masstika
    masstika
    @Igor01: I was wearing Taha's Purana which I love and I never regarded as having high fecal or varnish notes but maybe I need to remember t put only a drop or two:-)
    Taha's Sultan Oil while it's color is a warm orange/dark amber, the notes that greet you after the initial terpy scent calms down are dark, syrup-y with figs and dark berries notes. Not overly complex or heavy that it is suitable to wear in the day time. This is not the top of the line Cambodian but it's definitely a runner up.
    @Organic1: I have tried the top grade chips from SECOIN and I have to say that I have enjoyed them but they pale in comparison with the Wild species.
  10. Organic1
    Organic1
    Has anyone tried Deer's Breath Ultimate?
    http://aluwwah.com/incensebakhoor
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