Buddha Wood

Plant species: Eremophila mitchellii
Material used: twigs and wood
Method: steam disstillation

Odor: Very complex woody, resinous and leathery with smokey, phenolic facets. At 10% in ethanol wearable as a perfume on it's own, but not everyone's cup of tea. Could be used in Oud compositions when no real oud is affordable (though in most cases Buddha Wood oil isn't cheap as well, but much less expensive than natural oud. I paid 15€/2ml for mine). Useful in leather accords as well as dark woody accords, incense or dark resinous ambers. I get a slightly resemblance to Kephalis (which is often used in oud accords/bases/recreations). Tenacious and for a natural quite diffusiv.