Parijatha Ghazal E Oudh is an intoxicating musky scent, aromatic and complex, the sheer poetry of Ghazal E Oudh is music to the senses. It leaves you feeling refreshed for a long time. Oudh which comes from the wood of the tropical Agar (Aquilaria) tree is believed to have originated in Assam in India and later spread to South East Asia. Today, it is one of the most expensive perfume ingredients in the world and is hence known as Liquid Gold or Black Gold of the Forest.
- Pure Oudh oil
Oudh comes from the wood of the tropical Agar tree. When the wood of this tree gets infected with a certain mold variety (Phialophora parasitica), it reacts by producing a precious, dark, and fragrant resin, which is the perfume ingredient Oudh (also called agarwood). The oil of Oudh, whether extracted by distillation from wood, or by melting the resin, is non-irritating and can be applied directly on the skin, or added in a perfume composition, most often as a base note. Due to its rarity, high demand, and the difficulty of harvesting it, Oudh oil is perhaps the most expensive oil in the world. Its value is estimated as 1.5 times the value of gold, and it is sometimes referred to as ‘Liquid Gold’.