"According to the legend, Agarwood was the only wood from the Garden of Eden that Adam and Eve were allowed to take cuttings from".
Scientifically known as Gyrinops Walla, this top grade
sinking oud from Sri Lanka will surely meet your
expectations if you are searching for the best grade of agarwood.
Heavily resinated, solid big chips, perfectly cleaned
and with a dense smoke.
It produces a camphor like aroma with woody and floral notes.
This oud will ravish your senses and clarify your mind.
I warmly recommend it to my friends from the UAE.
The state of Sabah in Western Borneo has
always been renowned for its great
diversity of Agarwood.
If you are looking for spicy/peppery and
woody/grassy notes, an oud that is bubbly,
intoxicating and with an intense smoke,
these two qualities of Aquilaria Microcarpa
will meet your expectations.
These medium sized chips are perfectly
cleaned, beautifully shaped and still at an
affordable price… but be confident,
quality is there!
The very rare Khao Yai Oud has always been one of
my favorites in Thaïland. It is a very sophisticated
wood that will please connoisseurs. Notes of
hazelnuts, almond, red berries and spices blend
This Khao Yai is a must try, especially if you’re into
the Japanese Kodo style.
Malaysia is a great country for oud lovers.
This oud chips are sweet and sour, with a rich
bouquet. Not harsh, not bitter and inexpensive.
A great way to be introduced to the oud world.