100% Natural Pure Oud
Essential Oil and Mist
Oud - the wood of the gods
Lord Buddha described oud as the scent of Nirvana; the state of absolute freedom, quietude and ultimate happiness.
Wild Cambodian Oud I. 2018
A perfect harmonisation between refined leather notes and a vivid bergamot vibe opening, this rare royal Cambodian wild oud takes you on a path of wonders and unexpected turns.
It manifests complex layers of sophistication, followed by an impressive elegant warmth which starts to bloom.
Pang Sida Thai Oud
Entering with an immediate sparkling fruity brightness, this special oud from Pang Sida in south Thailand will take you on a very unique olfactory journey.
Its top note is singing like a bird, followed by elegant neroli-like sweetness and equable floral notes. This marriage lifts your spirits and inspires you into another dimension.
Oud - liquid gold
Often referred to as ‘liquid gold’, oud (oudh, agarwood) is a resinous wood, one of the most precious and expensive raw materials in nature.
Wild Cambodian Oud II. 2019
A rare gem distilled in 2019 from wild agarwood trees aged for over 60 years, this wild cambodian oud unveils a wonderful fragrance featuring profound notes of earthy leathery tobacco-like with hints of a well-aged wood.
After approximately 10 minutes on the skin, a sweet and opulent woody bouquet emerges, adorned with nuances of elegant warm fruits.
Wild Koh Kong Oud
Koh Kong oud boasts a delightful, softly fruity opening, enriched with sophisticated woody nuances. The gentle sweet notes evoke the imagery of ripe, succulent plums, and the deep woody facets elevate the oud, giving upon it a fine, warm cedarwood character that radiates richness.
With the passage of time on the skin, the scent evolves from its initial fruitiness to reveal the exquisite, resinous qualities of agarwood, all the while exuding a luminous, honeyed aroma akin to nectar.
Two options; concentrated essential oil and mist are available.
Both are prêt-à-porter perfumes for your special occasions
Oud is formed in the heartwood of the aquilaria trees by fungal infection, taking hold of the tree, the tree then responds by producing a protective resin which saturates the heartwood and the roots. It’s estimated that only 2% of wild ‘agar’ trees produce this resin. After many years the amount of resin that the tree has produced increases the density of the resin-embedded heartwood, defining its quality and scent.
Oud has strong cultural and religious significance in ancient civilisations around the world; being described and worshiped in the world's oldest written texts, Sahih Muslim, the Charaka Samhita, the Torah, the Bhagavad Gita. The oud-chips are burned during religious rituals, thanks to their intoxicating vertu.
Having a very illustrious history, oud was worn by royalty and wealthy merchants, also prized as a medicine for various health complaints.