This oil is of the same species as the dominant agarwood used for crafting our Malaysian oud oil Cantik Candan.
But this time, instead of Malaysian dark oudy intensity this Candan is
packaged in the unmistakable island-breezy quality common to all
Bright and airy it may be, yet it packs a mighty woody punch due to the unusual physical property of Candan
agarwood: a full-grown tree is around one-third the circumference
compared to most other agarwood species. The aroma gets
hyper-concentrated and for this reason, gram-for-gram, every sliver of
Candan wood packs about three times the punch...
Article: What is Oud / Agarwood?
as agarwood, aloeswood and jinkoh, oud is Nature’s most
exquisite fragrant offering.
Deep in a Far Eastern jungle, an evergreen tree is attacked by
fungus-carrying insects that bore into the tree. Much like our bodies’
immune system produces white blood cells, the tree starts producing a
substance to combat the infection.
Over the years, the infection grows – as does the...