A tincture of 5 drops EO in 50 ml water. Heated in a ceramic simmering potpourri. EO is by Himilayan Wisdom. The subtitle is "Aniba roseodora." According to Perfume Handbook there are two types of rosewood and resulting oil. The first is from the Brazilian Rosewood tree, also known as Tulip Wood, Physicalymna . This is found throughout tropical South America. The second is from the wood of the Pao Roa tree, type Ariba , a native of the lower Amazon area of Brazil. Therefore my oil is of the second kind.
My goodness, what an opulent and heady scent! It is very rosy in character. I do notice a strong citrus element as well. And as the notes above indicate, this definitely has the rich scent of furniture polish and old, polished wood. I find a little of this goes a long way. I could smell frankincense all day, but the richness and sweetness of this (though beautiful) eventually reaches my limit.