“Indonesia agarwood history was long, starting  from Sriwijaya. Sriwijaya was known trader for spices, champor, sandalwood, agarwood, ivory also gold and silver. Then there was town in Eastern coast of Sumatra named Barus. Barus was major trade hub, they trade spices, camphor, and agarwood. “ Hello oudlovers, We hope you are in good health and […]

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Project  Ratu Kencana Oud/ Agarwood oil is our latest creative work, there would be series of on how we make this special oil.  And this oil is very very limited stock. She is the most ambitious work of agarwoodindonesia. She is now ready at the gallery for yours to taken. Come and enjoy the true oud […]

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Oud Oil ” Project J” is a custom  oud or agarwood distillation done for our local client. This project is also becoming our bridge to craft the most ambitious oud we ever done. Check up the video for the story, this was done for a gentlemen in Jakarta with his initial is also “J” so […]

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This is the saga of our Candan Agarwood ( Aquilaria Hirta) I will talk about Candan agarwood oil , what is Candan actually, there are some naming candan gunung, candan buluh and so on.  Candan can be named as aquilaria hirta or aquilaria beccariana in some places. But this time is about candan agarwood oil. […]

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On last February 2015, agarwoodindonesia had done an analysis to one of it’s oil oud indah kemilau . The oil was coded by abbreviation Kaltim, which stand for Kalimantan Timur or simply in English “East Kalimantan”. The analysis is done by an independent third party laboratory. It was Laboratory for Basic Physic and Chemistry, Department […]

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Distilling is an art ! that’s for sure, why it’s an art ? because distillation is not just dumping a mass of something into the still and wait, it is further than that. Many times I witnessed when two person distill they will have their own marks or finger print. Even with same raw material […]

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“As for the natural cause it is the wood itself that smell animalic or barnyard, for the case is Indian oud wood it has leathery smell not sharp but detectable and at anytime you will knew the difference between it’s Indonesian counter part namely the Kalimantan, in which they are more on the floral side. […]

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Hi there, back again with agarwoodindonesia. Today is cloudy in Yogyakarta and yesterday I was stuck for six hours at my friend’s place because of the rain. But rain to my believe is blessing without it there will be no life on this earth. Ok, let ‘s get on to today’s topic. What makes oud […]

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Back again with agarwoodindonesia. Ah rainy season is here, like  old GnR song November rain seems very suitable for this month. So let’s talk about oud price. A tiny bottle of oud can worth few hundreds dollars or thousands of dollars, is that common ? The answer is yes it’s common for oud. Why it […]

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“Is real oud oil much expensive compare to oud scented perfume ?” Hello and good afternoon Indonesia time for you dear readers, The weather is still hot outside and it hasn’t rain yet and it passed it’s usual period of dry season. And hoping it will be get raining soon. How I much I missed […]

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