What is Kyara?

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    I am sure everyone of us wants to know what Kyara/Kinam is. How is a oil named that. Some of you might have read this older post from Ensar’s blog, but I highly recommend reading it again.
    http://agarwood.ensaroud.com/kyara-expose/
     
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    “What I aim to accomplish in naming an oil ‘Kinam’ or ‘Kyara’ is one of two things. Either to denote that it somehow displays a scent facet of kyara chips when burned; or that it stands, in comparison to other oils in its category, as kyara does to other wood—i.e. that it constitutes the apex of that oud family.” @Ensar
     
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    @kooolaid79 it's something so simplistic yet so misunderstood.
     
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    Couldn’t agree with you more Sir @PEARL
     

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