Product: Khmer Khlem Chan
raw materials consisted of true incense-grade, wild-harvested agarwood
from the legendary jungles of Pursat and Koh Kong. Given the rarity of
this grade of wood in Cambodia, seeing this wood pulverized for making
oil would make anyone who understands the value of this wood cry.
notes of purple florals, cinnamon and honey from the Pursat wood.
Toffee, nutmeg, plums, and blood-red raspberry wine from the Koh Kong
wood. A rich body of tobacco, liquorice and agarwood smoke. A smooth
base of syrupy resin and raw unburned Cambodian agarwood...
Blog Post: Cambodia Chapter 2
’nuff said… is posting about it even necessary? Perhaps not, as the
name itself is the selling point. But I’m sure you are all wondering
how things are coming along.
Ol, our seasoned distiller, has been in this business for thirty years
— and was one of the four key figures during the golden era of
Cambodian oud. Before him, his forefathers were in this business as
When I arrived at Phnom Penh airport, I was first greeted by Ol’s jolly
kid brother, and as we stepped out of the airport...