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Green Kyara

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The long-awaited Kinam Attar v3, Green Kyara, is finally here!

If you loved Kinam Attar and Khmer Kinam (aka Kinam Attar v2), you know this is going to be awesome.
The first rendition mimiced Brunei kinam, the second Cambodian kinam.
Boasting the highly celebrated Vietnan Special K as well as a small portion of our future-release Vietnamese oud King K Nam, this installment is the pinnacle of the Kinam Attar series. Ask any Kinam Sifu or Kyara Master, and they will tell you, Vietnamese kinam/kyara stands head and shoulders above all others.

If you tried our Kyara To Byakudan, just mentally eliminate the sandalwood, and you get Green Kyara.
The paradox – and something I expected even before it's release – with KtB was that folks who were craving a sandalwood-heavy parfum thought it smelled too kinamic, and those who had hoped it would be kinam-heavy found it to be a sandalwood bomb. It was no surprise to me because this is quite common with Japanese incense as well; only when you approach high end Japanese kyara-sandalwood blends with an open mind do you get to appreciate the perfect balance.

Having said that, if you were one of those who wished to smell the kyara facet as a standalone parfum, you have reason to rejoice.
Because that is exactly what Green Kyara is. Minus the smokiness that was cranked up in Khmer Kinam and Kyara To Byakudan. Here it's closer to Kinam Attar v1; silver vapor akin to the fumes rising from a gently heated kyara wood chip.

Cooling menthol, lactonic vanilla-sweetened cooked fatty milk, sweet spices, dry tea leaf and Chinese herbs, bittersweet resinous oudiness. Kyaralicious perfection.

Green Kyara is absolutely amazing. Your description was spot on. It is wonderful Everything I hoped it would be
G.R. (USA)

I received it a few days ago and it's absolutely marvelous! I love it:)
S.V. (Norway)

Is very smooth refined. Sweet vanilla a little smoky spicy woody, very refined. It will definitely train my nose
C.B. (Romania)

Taha's description of it is spot-on imo.
Lovely Vanilla, subtle smokiness, sweet spices and the scent of dry tea leafes I'm loving and chasing in Oud.
This is comfort in a bottle, I already like it during summer, but it'll be probably much better during colder months…
B.S. (Austria)

Now ... speaking about Green Kyara. No words... just utterly beautiful and brain melting
I applied a small drop and even before I had the chance to dig my nose into my wrist I got hit by this narcotic, camphorous and slightly bitter opening. This is potent, oh lord. The heart of this scent is stellar: transparent notes that remind me slightly roasted cacao or coffee beans. Not the aroma of coffee or cacao per se but the sheer steam of roasting nuts or beans. This note is paired with the heart melting smell of vanilla, cream and almost buttery condensed milk… Probably me best purchase since M4K
Thank you very much for everything, the split and the extra work creating a bottle for me
L.D. (Germany)

Wow.... first the GK Attar is beautiful. A lot of people are going to be very happy with it.
Made into an extrait though it goes high octane mind buzz like I’ve never really felt before. It’s crazy how it spikes it so much. Truely a masterpiece no lie.
A.G. (USA)

Initial impressions - Green Kyara for me has the best parts of Kinam Attar v1, Khmer Kinam, and Kyara to Byakudan all in one bottle.. The gently heated kyara aroma of KA v1, the creamy lactonic of Khmer Kinam, and the mild spices of KtB.. All coming together in a symphony, that all I can say is.. Zen in a bottle..
P.L. (Malaysia)

Brother, Green Kyara is a monster !! It’s one of the most addictive smell I have ever smelled ! It give me immediately smille and even laughing ! Pure mind buzz
🧠🤯🐝 I saw your post on Instagram when you compare GK to Yamada Matsu’s Kyara Genboku, so I did the same ! 😅 Brother, your Green Kyara attar smell exactly what I smell from my tiny chips of wild Kyara in electric heater… it’s really exactly the same !!!
S.T. (France)

Brain melting stuff
R.S. (USA)

Wow! I know it's not "real" Kinam, but it gave me quite a buzz. It's one of the most beautiful scents I've ever smelled!!
many thanks for your work and generosity.
O.O. (USA)

Geez... really good job with this one ☺
M.N. (Canada)

This is masterpiece level **** bro. This is a benchmark for me in oud perfumery. Will be very hard to top.
It is such a masterful scent of perfectly blended ingredients. The oud is raw yet extremely refine smelling. Kinamic 100% but with more complexity. Smoke, flowers, sweetness, bitterness. **** man. I rarely get blown away like that... This stuff is really nuts man
P.O. (USA)

I’ll be in touch soon again with my thoughts on Kinam Attar v1 after more tries. Right now, regarding Kinam Attar, the most appropriate thing for me to say to you is BRAVO!!! It is exquisitely lovely - nothing dominates too much, subtleness at every turn and kinamic whiffs into the next day. You will know better about this - but I have heard that one can tell a lot about the skill of a painter by their treatment of edges and outlines. If I could be afforded one painterly analogy, I would say that the olfactory scentscape you’ve composed has such well blended colors and
sfumato transitions that make it a real delight to try to guide one’s nose to find the edges. Irresistible. After spraying it on last night, I immediately regretted not being able to secure another bottle. Looking forward to v2 like you wouldn’t believe.
R.J. (USA)

Now I have tried the Kinam Attar a few times I can report I am really enjoying it. It’s kind of what I expected oud to smell like when I first tried some. Majestic! Maybe one day I will get my nose of some actual Kinam but if not then this certainly satisfies.
J.W. (UK)

Kinam attar is offbeat. It is divergent from other sprays and attars I have smelt, so far. It’s not best in the league. It belongs to a different league. This league is where wise men ruminate, wearing Kinam malas, enjoying rarest of the Oolongs.
Starts off with slightly medicinal and bitter notes like something from very high grade Sinesis oil. Settles down on skin like the delicate veil made from most exquisite see through silk. This is when, Kinam attar takes you on an odyssey to a far-off land. A pilgrimage, a cosmic manifestation or a super dimension. Call it whatever you want.
I have no clue what ingredients or accords have been used in this perfume. I get something different, each time I spray it. I get the subtle spiciness of Cinnamon, somewhere in heart I smell the coolness of Fennel, and if I take a deep sniff, I get almost minty notes of Borneol. I would describe it as a woody spicy incense perfume.
There is a very delightful parallel that I draw every time I sniff it. If you take a piece of aged mahagony or teak and sand it with coarse sanding paper, you smell fresh resin and clean wood. I get that note. It is hard to describe. Perhaps, resin coming out of a wounded teak tree would smell like it.
Another time it threw me in another dimension and reminded me of one of the best days of my life. It was when I went truffle hunting. Accompanying me was my wife’s dad and his wisdom. After you burrow out then truffles and smell the soil. This perfume gives off that damp, earthy, forest floor impression.
It simply captures all the notes that I love. Sweet, spicy, woody, incense. All the fixins’ are here.
I was fortuitous enough to be able to buy it. I feel so content that I have this bottle in my possession. It’s something to cherish. I’ll revere it and treasure it. I will wear it only when I think I deserve to wear this scent. This perfume commands that. Applause for Taha. Keep creating such wonders. This was my first from Agar Aura. The first of many. I love it.
H.S. (USA)

Taha the composition you put forth is glorious. Let me tell you how I perceived it from the beginning of opening this beautiful agaraura box that you had put together for this release. Holy smokes good golly that's before spraying it just smelling it from the raw unsprayed bottle brings to mind visions of the finest ambergris(I don't believe that you used ambergris in this but that's the smell i was getting before spraying the bottle) and proceeding to one small spray on my hand pure bliss and coming to mind are spades of Darul Aman as it slowly wears down its just so smooth so awesome and pleasant I'm not going to even try to break down this beauty or call out notes but those were just a few things that popped out to me also I have to ask you did you use any priprioca oil in this composition? I swear to be getting faint whiffs of it along side a mild rose but I could be very wrong all I do know is that it will be a joy to wear and share and oh how special it is when your spraying a perfume that is of this caliber and not being stretched out by SYNTHETICS : P take care Taha and I look forward to seeing V2!!!
J.S. (USA)

Just wanted you to know that I had a full wearing of Kinam Attar yesterday and I was just blown away. That stuff is just pure magic. Seriously, my entire day was influenced by that beautiful aroma all day.
S.C. (USA)

Kinam attar is a sesqueterpene beast...opens up like an incense store and spicy .. dry down is like the drydown of AA oils
N.C. (USA)

Hi taha kinam attar has become my favourite fragrance of all time i am so grateful is there a oil what is similar or your expert advice i feel i would love any of them hope i could arrange with you the other 2 perfume attars in the series you are creating with kinam in near future
J.R. (UK)

What on earth is this Kinam attar
MashaAllah absolutely beautiful!
S.A. (Saudi Arabia)

The drydown on Kinam Attar is actually immense you know, its SO nice!
H.M. (UK)

My favourite from the 3 and possibly my favourite sprayable Oud perfume ever.
The image I get is of white smoke wafting straight up into your senses. Lightly sweet, spicy resinous this is Royal Grade oud on a burner.
R.L. (Canada)

Straight up Neo dodging bullets mind bending.
B.R. (USA)

Oud, oud and oud dominate the opening. Oh, and a little clove and spice.
No barnyard, just different oud oils with varying scents.
Oud novice or veteran this is a treat for your nose.
Kinam is a term thrown around a lot. I’ll leave you to do your own research as to what it is and why it is so valued. It is aptly used in this perfume.
I have never tried an oud perfume like this before. It is unique. I’m quite sure nothing like this exists elsewhere in spray form. It actually does smell like a type of Kinam (there are multiple).
Kinam Attar is medicinal, menthol, something slightly indolic. Hints of vanilla and milk. Some spices in the background to support the oud. Touches of cola and green jungle.
After some time I swear I pick up a bubblegum note!
Drydown is splendid, consisting of resinous citrus sweetness. I can’t stop sniffing!
This is the clear standout from the 1st collection.
Worth the price tag? Yes from me.
Z.H. (UK)

I am wearing Kinam attar today and it is spectacular !
M.N. (UK)

Just smelling kinam attar from the bottle. It's heavenly.
R.J. (USA)

I am wearing Kinam Attar right now and I don't even know how to describe it. Just pure AA oud with a spicy twist. Super high end oud oil used in high concentration. Heavenly.
A.Z. (USA)

Simply divine! Kinam Attar Extrait is so beautiful. Thank you for your passion and creativity.
S.C. (USA)

If it was a Japanese incense you were going for with Kinam Attar, tell me which and I'll tell you if it's EXACTLY what I smell.
And if you WEREN'T going for an incense, but rather the wood itself heated, then, well...this incense company apparently nailed the scent as well. ☺
C.W. (USA)

What a beautiful composition! Would that we had the gift of eloquence so that we could give just due to your accomplishment. High-end Japanese incense in a bottle? The accords that you artfully bring together in your compositions are rich in their complexity, subtle in their tonal colorations, and absolutely brilliant in their aromatic soundings. It is a real delight to walk among others accompanied by these gentle airs of fragrant loveliness, and to share by our simple presence the wonderful scents of your artisanal creation. Thank you.
J.S. (USA)

The kinam attar is really wonderful, its got to be my favorite so far!, Im ordering a bottle, fantastic work!
M.B. (USA)

Kinam is such a dynamic attar. I'm getting a lemony citrus, a minty/menthol, a bit of jammy blueberry, and a touch of ambergris, all with a nice low-end bass and an unmistakable oud bring it all together. The range of notes is so wide. There is so much more going on here.
C.S. (USA)