Discussion in 'The Inner Dimension: Oud and Spirituality' started by Simla House, Apr 3, 2017.
No results on my world wide survey?
Wow Ensar! Thanks for the tour. I could smell it all the way from Australia!
I have a head to head battle with Santal Royale and Tyson's recent cooking of the ancient root material. Wow both outstanding and on a different dimension. I would say Ensar's starts off with s deeper butter scotch but proceeds to be a more airy top note heavy multidimensional perfume while the other side Tyson's starts with a light butter scotch and proceeds into a deep base note heavy bath of glory that is really something else. Both offer something different and really cant be compared but i have to say that Tyson's cooking is pulling me tighter.
To answer my own world wide survey i have gone back eating the cow again. If the Hindus believe in reincarnation than i would say that the cow being slaughtered is as a demon coming back in the flesh reaping what is owed.
right on. studying and grading santal oil is very tough. i find i have a much better grasp at oud than santal.what i do know is that i dont like them overtly citrusy and green and once they go too much in that omani lime (fermented dried key lime) profile, then i lose interest.
I share your sentiment with the sandal oils being citrus heavy and so on. Not my cup of tea : )
good to read...
i find ensar oud kupang 98 to be very heavy on omani lime, that dried fermented keylime note. nothing fresh or green smelling in this one. oils that i find ample volume of fresh green citrusy note in their sandals are: rising phoneix timor oil and ditto imperial oud mysore 02.
santal sultan privee has a touch of that dried keylime but stays just on threshhold while the other qualities in that oil take you over for a joyride. that musky note is wow wow.
Yunnan 91 has been on simmer over the last hour. Therapeutic indeed. The small remains i have will indeed be cherished for as long as i breath. A true reference to what once was. Much love to a original in the game and nothing but respect for Ensar!!!
More precious to me than kyara. Literally. No other wood has this blue kinam note. So blueeee. Lotus blue even. Narcotic and medicinal beyond belief.
Bwhahah my long lost brother. Very interesting observation. Because when i burn the wood mixed with herb in my pipe i get that insane floral note that i was thinking was similar to the smell i get from the purple/blue little flower Hostas. The ones on the long stem that you can pop before they open. For sure i see where your coming from because a lot of the times at certain points of the session i get this pollen floral notes you speak of.
A totally unique wood. I haven’t tried that flower and exact aromas are subjective and very personal yet i found non agar heads also smell this wood and when asked to give it a colour they say blue.
here is to more sinesis offering from ensar this year.
Yes. I would agree with how subjective scent is. Interesting how people associate colors with smell and one thing I find so awesome with taha and his high grade oils that he has cooked have this supernatural blue in the opening. Or I call it the taha touch supernatural blue wrapped in a lamb skin leather of the highest order.
Hostas i believe are in the lilly family.
Speaking Of Tamil Nadu and Tysons latest sandal wood oil i thought this would be a fun one.
The season of Lent upon with Tysons sandal wood oil deep in my temple and root with in the air i could see how this would have easily been in the roll Nicodemus had upon the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ!!!!!
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