Discussion in 'Oud Market Trends' started by Benyben, Jan 21, 2017.
Who know Ddoudoil spécialist of oud organic thaï cambodi with good Price?
More or less like Almas if you already heard about him.
If you begin to oud world both of them can suit your expectation.
It s Big society
It's industrial yes. Mainly, their market are for small arabic perfumery resselers.
I think both of them are a good and easy introduction to oud without breaking your bank account
Ddoudoil it s cheapper almas it s expensive
On Ddoudoil the best oud it s 50 dollars
Almas is cleaner I think and has more scents profiles.
And unless you have other sources, I find Almas has competitive prices regarding his professionnal behaviour.
As you wish akhi at the end you will enjoy what fits the most with your taste.
Oud yusuf very expensive for oud organic but it s good oud
Almas when you buy bigger quantity like one tola it's more or less the same price.
Oud Yusuf ...
I will test
My best organic is Mostafa 5
Never tried sorry but there is farmed oud that are pretty good with expensive wood grade. This is true ...
But very expensive for the oud organic
You buy the oil + the distiller (the concept like apple).
I think honestly that apple products are overpriced and I dont like them.
On the other hand apple have a lit of fans all around the world, they made a real digital revolution and have one of the best costumer service in the world.
Despite that fact, I prefer unbranded material and I assume the risky I take.
Sometimes it's a good surprise, sometimes disapointment.
The thing is are you ready to buy 5x 50$ before you end up on the oils witch fits or 1 time 250$ even if you find it overpriced but you are sure it will please you...
I made the choice to dig others haven't time and energy to waste and go directly to their favorite seller.
Not that easy with Ensar oils to be honest. Aside from the price tag, if you get the chance to try several of his products, specifically the Olde and the super high grade oils, the probability of at least 3-4 oils being among your top 5 favorites at the moment is high, as you have experienced this with a single exposure. Not with Apple for example where Android devices can easily surpass the quality of the former.
Actualy I use android @Ammar.
I admitted here that Yunan 2003 is even in my top 5 no doubt about it.
As I dont want to continue Ensar bashing, at least in public I invite you to contact me in private if you want to have my feeling on what I tested.
Why private? I think we agreed that subjective honest reviews are encouraged here if it doesnt implement hidden gestures or unreasonable devaluation. This is NOT bashing.
Side note: I really hesitate to review from non-fresh samples being sent by others if it’s not decanted from a well-preserved bottle or until I'm sure the oxidation effect on the sample is minimal. I think part of the problem in reviewing oil is at least because of this.
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