Aoud Al Bangali
Ingredients: Pure Bangladeshi Cultivated Agarwood Oil.
Olfactory: Animalic, Invoking Warm, Pungent, Smoky, Strong Woody
Appearance: Dark Brown
Viscosity: Sticky Thick
AynFaa Aoud Al Bangali is extracted from resinous wood of Bangladeshi cultivated Aquilaria agallocha by steam (water) distillation process. It is commonly called as agarwood, aguru, aloeswood, aoud, eaglewood, gaharu, jinkhu, ood, oud and oudh. Agarwood tree is native to South and Southeast Asia. It is an evergreen tree that can grow to forty meters.
The tree produces a dark aromatic resin when they become infected with a type of mold (Phialophora parasitica). Prior to infection, the heartwood is odorless, relatively light and pale colored; however, as the infection progresses, the tree produces the resin, called aloes or agar, in response to the attack, which results in a very dense, dark, resin-embedded heartwood. This resin-embedded wood is highly valued in perfume industry for its distinctive fragrance.
The aromatic qualities of agarwood are influenced by the species, geographic location, age, length of time since infection, methods of harvesting and processing.
Aoud Al Bangali is manufactured from around twenty years old and cultivated agarwood trees grown in Bangladesh. This cultivated agarwood oil has an exotic aphrodisiac strong woody aroma with animalic, invoking warm, pungent, smoky notes.
Agarwood oil is hugely use as a single note natural perfume oil as well as in high-end natural perfumery and traditional medicine.
AynFaa Aoud Al Bangali is an essential oil perfume (attar/ittar/essence) that hundred percent pure, natural, undiluted and therapeutic grade.