Discussion in 'Oud Wood' started by AbasFrag, Dec 26, 2016.
thank you Edward an Rai
Maybe try here
Or ask a fellow French ouddict like @F4R1d0uX
thank you again
Some mouthwatering pictures of our super rare wild tarakan wood. OLD OLD OLD!
ahhh I saw these on facebook and thought it was that wood!
I've had mine a while now, 2-3 weeks.....but not burned any yet!!!!
The wood of Kevin is very young? Hmm, maybe there's a better way to say that. That sentence could earn you a quick trip to prison
I know where to get Royal Maluku chips 10 grams for $699.......
It’s a luxury price that I can’t afford
But at least it’s there for those who dare.
Alhamdulillah for those oud sellers who are willing to sell oud chips at wholesale prices for retail amounts - just got this Tawi Tawi oud chip today with some wild Kalimantan chips and Pailin oud dust.
Beautiful piece of wild thai oud. The smell at room temp is absolutely amazing... but something about this piece didn't feel good. The weight just felt wrong so I took the risk to open it up. Don't want to risk selling bunk wood to a costumer.
And so glad that I did listen to my oud heart
Still not finished but here is some pics to show the process.
Wow! Interesting. You think it's painted or something?
Absolutely not painted, it is just that the inside wasn't resinated enough. This is very normal but it needs to be cleaned before selling. The costumer is paying for oud, resin, not wood
But the smell of the bunk wood smells so nice. The color also tells that it is full of oil.. but for burning alone it is no good.
I just burned a little of the bunk wood and it smells super oudy. This would easily work in an incense blend / bakhour
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