Ensar has been keeping his eye on a 60 year-old cultivated tree in Thailand that just recently began to show signs of readiness for harvest.
Many of you will be familiar with the smell of synthetic Oud in modern perfumes. This is not what we are talking about. We are talking about oud from nature, from a tree. Most of you would not have come across this smell in daily life unless you have spent some time in an Islamic culture. We will explore this culture today through the prism of scent.
The Islamic community is international, trans-racial, and when it comes to fragrance… trans-gender.
– Thomas Kruger