Discussion in 'Scent of the Day/Night' started by jalil, Sep 15, 2016.
cant wait to try it
yellow kyara - kyarazen
as good as the yellow oil kyara is the green oil is easily 10x more WOW. hope you managed to get a bit of that too.
yes i did! And i agree 100%. what a difference green makes, so much better.
Can you imagine white? lol
awesome. glad to hear you have it. mind you KZ green oil kyara is virtually black kyara as the green cool menthol note is wayyyy toned down. for a proper green oil kinam, look for hainan green kinam. Wu shuang ge and many other reputable Chinese/Singaporean aficionados carry them.
for real magic seek out vietnam red fusen soil and the legendary hong kong purple kinam. wow wow wow...
Thanks for the suggestions, purple kinam , hainan green kinam , i will be looking out for those. maybe just looking lol. the prices on these, and they keep rising
true but you know very well how even 0.1 gram can be further spliced into easily 10-15 or more pieces. to get an experience, a piece the size of mustard seed or smaller suffices.
yes i know but the problem is finding a seller willing to part with 0.1 gram. i see alot of big pieces for sale. i will keep my eye open for sellers like kz, wu shuang ge. i know not many other sellers selling in grams or tenth of grams. As tyson mentioned in another post: on low heat an hour a day you can use the same sliver for a month. now that is economical
On electric burner , no pollution today.. bits of some vietnam + cambodian + thai < trial combo> , nice n sweet.
(temp at 250-265 c)
teeny tiny bit of maluku and malinau wood i begge taha (agar aura) for months to share with me, was the burn of the night.
maluku: innocent looking, pale, boring looking wood. on the ceramic heater at 150it goes and soon after dozens and dozens of tiny bubbles reddish in coloud come to the surface and release the scent of an angel's wings. damn fine wood. great deal of similarity to the maluku wood i procured from ensar (almahera 1996 harvest) but more floral and pretty.
malinau: oh my o my. first of 3 malinau woods i have tried to date that is truly worthy of the name malinau. malinau to me is nha trang, assam (real old school assam), pursat, pusong... is holly grail. the scent? thing B50k, think royal malinau. vanilla orange creamsicle, airy, pretty and chuck full of valentine's cinnamon heart candy. even if the alhashimi malinau i have in transit ends up being half as good as this, ill be a happy camper.
note: to date any and all wood i have procured from agar aura has be transcendental. take my word for it or dont (actually dont, more for me), if and when you may end up seeing a wood offered by taha, just jump on it like a fat kid on a candy bar. the guy is meticulous.
@Rasoul Salehi what type of heater are you using that shows temperature?
chinese friend gifted me one he bought in beijing. ill try and take a picture and show you. is a manual dial and a timer on it. ceramic. temp iirc from 90 to 300ish.
HabzOud Sinking Filipino
(sizzle, sizzle, sizzle)
Very similar profile to Al Hashimi Filipino
So what does that mean?
Still waiting on LMK Filipino
I wonder what happened all of a sudden. Taha was first I know at least that I know who put out our wood and oil from the Philippines and now it appears everyone got some. Did a new jungle get discovered? Militia left one previously occupied? Government involved? Yet there doesn’t seem to be any agar aura encore from phillipinies. Something has my spidy senses tingling.
Sometimes I notice that with oils. Someone releases Hainan oils, all of a sudden everyone has it too, same with Sri Lanka. There must be a convention center that’s being kept secret
When a bedouin finds an oasis in the desert...everyone takes the opportunity to quench the thirst of his camels
Malinau DS from Al Hashimi: This wood chips are unique for me - i.e., found a few new things in it. I get a lovely smell of apple note at the end, along with sweet amber and vanillic oudiness. The pleasant lingering smell reminds me of Zdravetz CO2 (Total). Excellent stuff.
Fumigated with some HO Sinking Filipino
Malaccan DS from Al Hashimi
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