Loved kynam emerald so much that wore it an hour after i wrote the above. In the early stages, a subtle flash of purple kinam came and gone a couple times. Then a spicier and touch sweeter port moresbey note settled. Elements of archinam felt. The green here is not one or two or three but many many shades darker than Papuan and most New Guinea oils. And the kinam buzz is so notIcable that it actually manifests as a mind buzz. Narcotic even. The drydown note is Tigerwood in its quality. Most unique malay yet and I really wana know how much of it is method vs raw material. And if mostly result of raw material how one we haven’t seen any other malay like it. I mean kannan koh is somewhat unique but still bring to mind twr and Ahmad and malek malayzi. And before I forget, from Brian and phil’s Notes couple or so years back, I was expecting a far saltier and more funky (referenced to beached whale or ambergris ) but I don’t get it. I see sea spray but I know many wallas that are saltier and more oceanic. Has the oil settled since then or my nose not detecting it? Or at least, I am not detecting it yet. I doubt it, cause I am super sensitive to this note and actually I dig it but not enough of it here to register for me.