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The wood of the gods

Oud (oudh, agarwood) is a resinous wood, one of the most precious and expensive raw materials in nature.


We have been fascinated by its history as well as its scent - Lord Buddha for example, described it as the scent of Nirvana;  the state of absolute freedom, quietude and ultimate happiness. We offer three different ways to enjoy this  treasure.


Burning Oud Wood

Burning oud has been highly appreciated since ancient times in many civilisations around the world due to the cultural and religious significances.

In Japan, oud is used in the Kodo incense ceremony. It is a symbol of spirituality as associated with Buddha, and burnt to communicate with ancestors.

Discover various techniques to experience the purest fragrance of oud:

I. Embrace the ceremonial allure with ash and charcoal

II. Elevate your olfactory journey using our orginal 'Modular' burner

III. Immerse yourself in IncenScape, an olfactory craft that excludes ash and charcoal

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Prepare a hot charcoal and 'listen' to a scent of oud. We offer a Japanese method to enjoy this precious gift from nature.


Our modern ceramic burners are hand-crafted by Saeam Kwon.

>> How to burn

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Just warming a tiny piece of Oud on the ceramic plate over the heat. Thus gently releasing its pure scent without being burned directly.


A clean and elegant indirect type of diffusing the magical scents. This is the way Oud deserves it — slow and sustainable vaporising and controlling the heat. Our original 'Module' burners are hand-crafted by Saeam.

>> See the details

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Indulge in the extraordinary ceremonial quality of our exclusive incense cones, crafted from pure Vietnamese oud wood which is hand-pulverised at our Berlin studio. 


You can experience the pure scent and therapeutic benefits without the need for charcoal and ash preparation.

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Burning Oud Incense Stick

Experience the beauty of oud through the exquisite burning of fine Japanese incense sticks.


We carefully and ecologically curate these rare treasures, ensuring 100% natural ingredients. The result is a collection of sophisticated, subtle, and elegant scents that promise to bring you pure pleasure.

We offer two types of oud incense sticks : oud and Kyara oud.

In Japan, Kyara is revered as the highest quality oud, signifying its historical recognition as the premier sinking wood and its exceptional value. Originating from Vietnam, Kyara contains higher amount of resin compared to other oud.

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Wearing Pure Oud Perfume

Oud oil is considered as a liquid gold - We have selected these oud oils for their intricate layers, present in their purest forms, encapsulated within these exquisite natural raw materials.


Available in two options: a steam-distilled, concentrated 100% pure essential oil, and a mist crafted by blending the essential oil with organic alcohol. Both options are ready-to-wear pure oud perfumes.

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Wearing Pure Oud Solid Perfume

Our solid perfume, exclusively made from 100% natural single essential oil which is oud from Pang Sida in Thailand, is hand-poured into a walnut wood box. 


At the heart of our creation lies the meticulous craftsmanship of Kreislauf, a Berlin-based duo of woodworking artisans comprising two brothers.

These elegant square boxes are noiseless yet exude warmth, handcrafted with a reusable, no-waste concept that utilizes reclaimed wood typically discarded during production.


After the solid perfume is used up, bringing the inner detachable case to our boutique allows for a refill, minimizing container waste.

About Oud


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.

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