Discussion in 'Oud as Investment' started by cpa09abm, Aug 3, 2016.
This is what it looks like.
No doubt that wild Oud is on borrowed time. I think that some cultivated oils are bridging the gap, such as Aroha Kyaku, Oud Mostafa No. 5 and some of the offerings from Adam of F.O., even though nothing cultivated I have tried is at the same level as the finest wild oils.
I suspect that there will be a niche market of cultivated old, naturally infected, mature trees using artisanal distillation techniques that will result in high end expensive oils. Market forces will obviously dictate such things.
You are exactly right. Thats why i got that amount of this Hindi wood before it happens.
So true human greed will take us nowhere we must conserve what ever we have in the wild and give mother nature a chance to revive oud once again.
At the rate forests are being destroyed globally...the Oudh specieshspecies a more realistic chance of surviving then the human species.
We are proving to be poor minders of this world for the most part. Greed has a lot to answer for.
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