• Agarwood

    Agarwood

    AQUILARIA MALACCENSIS
    Also called “Gaharu”, “Aloeswood”, and “Oud”, Agarwood produces incense worth more than its value weight in gold.
  • Amber

    Amber

    GLAESUM
    Considered a gem, amber is the lightest of them all and is believed to possess medicinal, even magical virtues.
  • Cedar

    Cedar

    CEDRUS ATLANTICA
    A tree of the Pinaceae family, the cedar first grew in the atlases of North Africa. Light and sturdy, cedar wood is a favourite of carpenters and cabinet-makers.
  • Cinnamon

    Cinnamon

    CINNAMOMUM ZEYLANICUM
    Cinnamon bark has been known for more than 4500 years. It was used as a spice, but also for medicinal purposes.
  • Ebony

    Ebony

    EBENUS
    Ebony is the name given to the dark brown, sometimes black, tissue called “duramen” found under the bark of Ebenaceae trees.
  • Firebrand

    Firebrand

    TITIO
    The fumes of smoked grass and cinder comfort the soul, and put this ancestral scent in the “Leather” family of fragrances. In the language of dreams, firewood denotes good fortune.
  • Sandalwood

    Sandalwood

    SANTALUM ALBUM
    It is present in Hindu and Buddhist rituals, the former often making the bindi dot out of its paste, the later turning it into incense. In Chinese medicine, sandalwood increases longevity, and builds confidence and determination.