is more than just a certain class of fragrance. While many people have
the incorrect notion that oud is supposed to be a strong, leathery,
woody smell, you will soon discover that this is gross misinformation.
For example, Indonesian oils are virtually devoid of any leathery
notes. Instead, they have a rich resinous and woody-fruity-floral smell
that would surprise
many users of mainstream 'conventional' oud oils that have harsh
We suggest you look at the different oils' descriptions in our product
You will realize from the product descriptions just how much the smells
can vary from region to region.
The best place to start if you are new to oud is to purchase 0.15 g
samples of our oud oils. You will realize that each oil is unique, in
scent and character.
Also, check out our article Oud
to get an idea of what oils
from different regions have to offer.