Nusantara Agarwood Oil
The different scent form East Borneo, sweet sugar, not fruity, the scent is near to Sumbawa and Also Like Kalimantan, the sweet scent of Nusantara Agarwood Oil is different from Tarakan.
Strong and sweeter Agarwood Oil
Nusantara Agarwood Oil is our new oil form Souqalbadu Supplier.
Have a good test.
It’s another jewel in the collection. The smell mesmerizes my senses and conveys my imagination in the Borneo’s jungles “
Meroke Agarwood Oil
Agarwood Oil from Merauke of Irian Jaya
Agarwood Material Description.
This Agarwood is live under water, the texture of this Agarwood is different from all Agarwood in the world, Green color and sweet smile address this Agarwood material, same smell like the Iriani or Meroky Oud.
All people that have smell Irian Agarwood Oil will never forget the smell when he smell it again, you could address the Irian Agarwood scent because this Agarwood has a very special scent.
Agarwood Oil Description
– Sweet smell
– Dark Green
– Delicious scent
– Fresh Sweet
– Pure without added by other item.
Meroke Agarwood Oil
Sumbawa Agarwood oil
This is Sumbawa Agarwood oil from West Nusa Tenggara; Sumbawa has many grade of Agarwood oil, Middle grade, A grade and Super grade.
Sumbawa Agarwood oil, the scent is beautiful, sweet soft, and the color is like Borneo Agarwood oil, dark yellow. Higher grade color will be dark brown and black. Sometime the scent comes out like sweet flowers.
Its long enough scent remain on the hand, and the scent will be logger stay when this Agarwood oil on clothe.
We have limited stock of Sumbawa Agarwood oil, due to the material.
Sumbawa has many different scents, depending to wood material from, Sumbawa has many city like Borneo. We named our high grade Sumbawa Agarwood oil as Malaki and Turobi.
Knowing the Kalimantan Agarwood Tree
Borneo has two type of famous Agarwood tree, Just say the name is Agarwood A and Agarwood B.
The Agarwood A live in high land / plateau and Agarwood B live in lowlands, not impossible Agarwood A also live in lowlands, or vice vista, but very little tree.
The best for oil in our experience and the team experience is Agarwood A.
Why not much distiller distills this Agarwood A Material? They distilled, depending to the material, very little Agarwooder (a man that look for the Agarwood) want to find this Agarwood A material, due to the hard terrain, and the cost that paid to them almost the same.
The type of material makes the Agarwood oil scent is different, like from Tarakan, Berau, Malinau etc, although sometimes the scent almost close to each other, because they found Agarwood A and B in one area and they do not different it and directly distill it.
Time to time experiences teach us, some distiller use formula of mixing that two type material and found a nice Borneo oil.
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