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    Default Re: ensar oud: worth for it?

    Quote Originally Posted by kswer View Post
    Really? Maybe you can translate because I don’t understand the point. The last sentence he says “some oils are really Ouds”. What does that mean? Is my Sri Lankan not an Oud because it doesn’t come from the Indian mainland and isn’t barnyard? Please enlighten me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter4ptv View Post
    Hmmm I tried the link but it wasn't really that helpful
    So my translation of "some oils are really Ouds, a few are of top quality Ouds, and one or two are 'Oud as such'."
    is simply that some are good oils, some are excellent oils and some are the absolute best.

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    Default Re: ensar oud: worth for it?

    Saw this old thread pop up to life. In case anyone missed it, a new interview with Ensar and extensive oil reviews at the end was just posted here about a month and a half ago: http://www.basenotes.net/features/36...r-of-ensar-oud
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    Default Re: ensar oud: worth for it?

    Quote Originally Posted by joe king View Post
    Hmmm I tried the link but it wasn't really that helpful
    So my translation of "some oils are really Ouds, a few are of top quality Ouds, and one or two are 'Oud as such'."
    is simply that some are good oils, some are excellent oils and some are the absolute best.
    Thank you, Joe. I really 'simply' said what you got from my post.

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    Worth each and every penny Ensar is the king in oud oils i must say.




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