Extractcraft Solvent Extraction: Ensar Oud 1970’s Mysore Sandalwood

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  1. DanS

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    I got a couple Extractcraft ethanol extraction machines, and decided to try them out today. I’ve had some of Ensar’s 1970’s Mysore sandalwood chips sitting in ethanol for a long time and decided to give it a go. I am so impressed with how this came out, but then again the raw materials are very high quality. The oil that resulted smells exactly like the Mysore chips they came from, and has this really deep, mysterious scent. Put a tiny drop on my skin this stuff had great longevity and projection. Around 30g of the wood yielded about 2 grams of thick sticky oil.

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    Did you grind the sandalwood chips prior to making the tiincture?
     

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