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Burn Of The Day/night

Discussion in 'Scent of the Day/Night' started by jalil, Sep 15, 2016.

  1. Oudamberlove

    Oudamberlove Member

    Based on the formation of the resin surrounding the hole, and thus the overall shape, my guess is the holes were drilled, and in some cases nailed, and in rare cases... insect holes.

    Even wild trees get drilled.
  2. EJayB

    EJayB True Ouddict

    The holes are tiny, I can’t see anyone drilling with a toothpick sized bit or nailing with tiny little finish nails,
    Maybe Ahmed can shed some light on this wood, I think knows the hunter who found this particular tree
  3. Oudamberlove

    Oudamberlove Member

    Oh, I bet some holes are formed when the knots from branches and twigs while the tree was young start to decay away, but I’m totally guessing:D
  4. Mr.P

    Mr.P Evoloudtionary Bioudlogist

    Agreed but those do not look to be from branches you can tell from the grain I think. As I see it, a drill hole and injection site. Looks like (as expected) the resin forms most where the inoculate soaked in near the drill hole
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  5. EJayB

    EJayB True Ouddict

    Totally wrong mrP, that tiny whole was drilled by Ahmed while he was cleaning, absolutely no inoculate was used . This is wild tree unaided in its development. Another piece was drilled and split open and found to have eggs inside from the bugs! I do wonder where the information comes from? My info is from the source The resin around the hole is so old it pushes out of the wood fibers.
    and When I heat the wood it totally softens and the whole piece turns soft and gooey!
    I have never herd of a plantation in Brunei and would love if anyone can find one.
    plantation wood is usually much lighter, this wood is dense and will sink underwater with most pieces. 042BEF5D-C8E6-4839-BB1C-16E699B92D03.jpeg
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  6. Oudamberlove

    Oudamberlove Member

    Some holes aren’t straight, they curve,
    and some are oblong, not circular.
    Couldn’t be a drill in these cases,
    now I’m really curious how these form.

    We need a new thread for this topic:Geek:
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  7. EJayB

    EJayB True Ouddict

    Cultivated kinam to scent the whole room!
    This wood really leaves the room smelling amazing
  8. EJayB

    EJayB True Ouddict

    Pohong triple super
    A satisfying morning burn, being thankful feeling grateful showing gratitude,
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  9. EJayB

    EJayB True Ouddict

    Nusa from ASO for morning meditation
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  10. Oudamberlove

    Oudamberlove Member

    Nippon Kodo Borneo Granules

    Every session is still a lesson.
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  11. iori

    iori N00bHead

    Local small chips Pinoy
    endup with amazing spicy piece today :D
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  12. Hosayn

    Hosayn True Ouddict

    Brunei from ASO’s Ramadan Burn pack.

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  13. Oudamberlove

    Oudamberlove Member

    Feel Oud Sinking Laos

    It’s been a while since I’ve heated these rocks.
    Floral and complex.

    Then I scorched some Malaysian chips
    for an instant plume of fragrant smoke.
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  14. Grega

    Grega True Ouddict

    That's such a nice way to start the day. Nusa is a beautiful wood that gives off very different notes at different heat.

    I tried the kyara sticks from ASO -Floating Mountains. Man, that is exactly the profile that I imagined oud would have before I tried it for the first time.
    Wonderful. In oil form that would be my fav oud. I love how fragrant the sticks by themselves are, keep sniffing them.
  15. EJayB

    EJayB True Ouddict

    Jayapura wood I got from JK @RPP
    Creamy smooth and sweet
    Filli from AH
    Deep rich and satisfying
  16. KodoKing

    KodoKing True Ouddict

    It is my understanding as well that the hole in the middle is due to excavation of white wood when the chip hasn't been left in the tree long enough to allow infection to completely resonate throughout to create a solid piece without any 'white' wood in it's core. Below is an example of a similar species (I believe) that has resonated more fully - this is a solid piece, if I cut in half, it would not have a hole in the center. However, you can see in the photo that there was a mm or two of softer wood that was dug out - as this was cut from the end of what was likely a bigger piece that would have been hollowed out - most likely.

    Fili Private.jpg
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  17. DubOudh

    DubOudh Aster Oudh

    I have just been sent a piece from ASO in my just arrived parcel...
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  18. Oudamberlove

    Oudamberlove Member

    AH Mindanao Malaki
    I’m heating the choicest piece of the lot

    Nippon Kodo Borneo
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  19. EJayB

    EJayB True Ouddict

    Tain Lone Kelantan
    This amazing wood from LMK is off the chart as far as saturation of the room with it’s awesome scent!
    Thanks Farid this wood is amazing
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  20. Oudamberlove

    Oudamberlove Member

    Super Trat
    Threw chip after chip till my room was full of fruity honey caramel, then while the aroma was still in the air, tossed some Sri Lankan chips to cut through the aura, with the classic Walla top notes.
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