- Agarwood Related Articles
- SHOP - Agarwood
- SHOP - Other Fragrant Wood
- SHOP - Incense Holder and Burner
- About Us
- Contact Us
by Liliane & Trent Vuong & Tran September 20, 2017 2 min read3 Comments
Firstly, hydrosol = water solution remains after plants material are steam-distilled or water distilled to release their essential oils. In this case, the plant material is: infected Aquilaria wood known as agarwood.
The above picture is a small apparatus (pot still) for agarwood (Oud) steam distillation.
Pulverised agarwood (grind agarwood chips) was placed in the inner chamber which will be steamed.
After hours or days (not joking, even weeks for curing), you will see a small layer of Oud (yellowish to golden) per below
Yummy colour, like BEER! YEAHHHHHHHHH
The strength and intensity of Agarwood Hydrosol is no matched with the essential oil. My guess is 1/100. However, it has its advantage:
Cold steam diffuser, extremely pleasant and great saving, for 20ml of 100% Agarwood (Oud) Hydrosol, you will enjoy it for hours
In addition, Agarwood Hydrosol is an excellent product for someone who has not tried Oud before. If you were an Oud addict, you would know that he/she might feel offended or shocked when Oud is tried the first time. "Smell like animal urine" "smell like sh!t" , "off-smell", "something rotten" were often heard.
Agarwood Hydrosol can be blended to make water-based perfume, cologne or room spray. It is easy to work with compared to 100% pure Agarwood (Oud) oil.
Not every distiller offer this product because of costly transport which is more expensive than the hydrosol itself. Only local distillers sell it and offer it to the local market mainly.
We will have some 100% Pure Agarwood Hydrosol in the next 2 weeks. If you are interested, please sign up for the newsletter :)
YES, IT IS AN AUSTRALIAN MADE PRODUCT, LOCALLY, WITHIN AUSTRALIA.
Comments will be approved before showing up.
by Liliane and Trent Tran September 25, 2021 2 min readRead More
by Liliane and Trent Tran September 05, 2021 5 min readRead More
by Liliane and Trent Tran July 24, 2021 4 min readRead More