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May 05, 2018 9 min read
Last week, a valuable customer bought our oud sample set, we have an interesting discussion
I saw many people asked this, although i am not a scientist, journal research is available for reference, I have written about it here
I have no idea how the oud business works as an end user/consumer of it however after trying many different samples of oud I think many sellers (i.e. Ensar Oud) don't always have super impressive stuff in comparison to the price. I mean a $600 bottle from Ensar is not twice as good as a $300 from you or other vendors in my opinion yet they cost twice as much if not more in some cases! That's why I'm careful what I buy around the $300 mark and prefer to stick with oud's up to $150 per 3mls. If I come across something that's $300 or less per 3mls that I tried and fell in love with from a sample then I'd go for it. I try not to blind buy anything above $150 as there are a lot of mediocre oud's out there at inflated prices I think. I'd still buy them all if I was loaded with cash, haha!
Do your square crystal bottles have a swipe stick inside them like the cylindrical bottles?
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