Discussion in 'Scent of the Day/Night' started by jalil, Sep 15, 2016.
Does that white bit get hot? Can you post a link for product
It generates enough heat to pan fry, but not enough btu’s to roast a nice sized chip.
Green kynam with no sign of stopping
5a Grade chips from Agarharvest.
Assam from oudimentary
Hi, on the product page for the heater it says it is made for 220 volts, d0es the one you have work off of 110 volts also?
We don't have 110v around here(South Korea). I don't know you can use it on 110v.
1. Holy land grade 2
2. Satia Sai Baba Nag Champa
3. Royal green hojari
4. Brunei oud chip
5. Nha Trang oud chip
Lit Kyukyodo Murasakino incense stick
I’m tossed about by the agarwood, ambergris, musk, and floral-ish notes.
I don’t know if there is natural ambergris and deer musk used, nor if there is onycha.........
or is there plant based musk?
Either way..... it’s enjoyable
..........I just wish I knew exactly what is in it
Nah Trang chips tonight
Such a beautiful scent
Kunmeido Asuka stick
I’m starting to get used to the Reiryo
and I think there may be a tiny bit of musk
I need to explore it more
Baieido Kohshiboku Kohgen version
different....but I like it too
Taraken from Oudimentary
Major oud oil swipe day for me,
but to top it all off,
a major burn session as well.
I am sampling 2 Philippine chips, 2 Lawas chips, the difference being the chip grade, not profile.
Plus a big Sarawak chunk.
The Philippine chips have a profile I haven’t experienced yet. It sort of smells like a cross between Hainan and Malaysia. They appear very Filipino under 10x magnification, but have a regional difference from what I’ve tried before. Performance is good, but I prefer Habz’s sinkers better.
The Lawas chips have a very beautiful and perfumey top note, but when I turn up the heat, they turn acrid rather quickly. Quite resinous though.
The big Sarawak chunk appeared to have no resination, and had practically no smell either.
After those five, I went full bore with some big slivers of Habz’s sinking Filipino for a fumigation blast
Then I compared Kevin’s Hainan incense sticks to Wu Shuang Ge. Kevin’s doesn’t even come close
Then lit some Dr. Incense Sri Lanka.
The thing I noticed with sticks, some of the resin is pushed by the heat to the portion of the stick not yet burnt, and some is combusted at the lit tip. So you don’t get the smoldering resin note till you get to the end of the stick. But when you heat a chip or sliver, especially at higher temperatures, you get a lot of reheated smoldering resin notes, which are mostly quite acrid. That’s why I light incense more often than I fumigate on a heater. If designed (mixed) properly, an incense stick can deliver a very exacting result to extract the best aroma from a beautiful smelling agarwood.
What is the WSG brand you mentioned? I've seen before and tried to find online to no avail? Is this related in some way to KZ?
Also, who is Kevin?
Wu Shuang Ge Incense was offered by Kyarazen at one point. They do not have an online store (oh how I wish they did). I think they are in Taiwan or Singapore, I read about it somewhere but forgot.
Kevin sells stuff on ebay
Nah Trang and then some Quang NAM
Really love the Vietnamese
Brunei Oud. Sweet, Oceanic, Incency
Filipino sinking grade wood, it melted like resin when i put in low heat
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