Over the next 14 weeks we will be exploring Oud wood and oil. Not the synthetics that are now a staple of mainstream perfumery; this series will go to the source of the oil itself.
This is the link to Part 5 of the weekly Oud Series which is on Fragrantica.
Fasten your web-belts; let’s go web-travelling…
Part 1: My name is dehn al Oud
Part 2: The Oud Oeuvre
Part 3: How to Burn Oud Wood
Part 4: RealOud – Phoenicia Perfumes
CaFleureBon – reviews
Scent Bound – Scent Notes: Oud
Absolute Trygve‘s Aromatic Quest
CaFleureBon – David Falsberg profile
Kafka on Elegant Wood or Medicinal Sexiness?
Enfleurage – Trygve Harris’ shop sells Aromatics from the Natural World
- The End of Oud (TheFragrantMan.com)
- Oud in the Middle East (TheFragrantMan.com)
- The Blood of the Arabs (TheFragrantMan.com)
- What is Gaharu Wood? (gaharuwoods.wordpress.com)
- Arabian and Islamic views on fragrance (TheFragantMan.com)
- Bigger Stink Means Higher Price as Men Crave Rare Oud (bloomberg.com)