Whereas King Koh Kong is like a stately dignified king, Samrosa
is like his sprightly queen - more flamboyant and lively, always the
attention-grabber at royal functions, but still unmistakably regal.
The top notes are more vibrant and diffusive. The fruity notes are ever
so slightly amplified and fleshier (and the figs are replaced by dried
cherries), the tobacco and spicy notes are softer, and there's an extra
dose of burnt toffee.
For all intensive purposes, this is Royal Pursat's Koh Kong cousin.
Article: What is
Oud / Agarwood?
as agarwood, aloeswood
oud is Nature’s most exquisite fragrant offering.
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 substance the tree
produces. This is agarwood...