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Botanically, the tropical evergreen species of agarwood belongs to the genus Aquilaria and family Thymelaceae. Agarwood perfume can be extracted from eight species belonging to this genus. The four principal species are Aquilaria sinensis, Aquilaria malaccensis, Aquilaria agallocha, and Aquilaria crassna.
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If you are a Fummie, you know Oud and its sweet balsamic smokey woodiness. It is also one of the rarest, and most beautiful scent ingredients who’s path to your bottle is so strange it seems almost mythical. It is also in danger of being lost forever...
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While the Arabs created masterpieces with the enigmatic wood, little is known about Oud’s ancient Indian connection. With
every swirl of the Kandoora, the captivating spicy, woody whiff casts a sillage spell. The earthy syllables of Arabic seem to compliment the ruggedness of the fragrance...
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a complete history of the perfume and fragrance industry would be a truly thankless job. Nowadays, the word “perfume” has become a magic spell which, once cast, fills the air with the glamour of Gallic Eau de Toilettes and Eau de Colognes. Unless the entrenched stereotypes are destroyed, one will hardly...