Three Pods: (Left: Siberian) (Middle: Kashmiri) (Right: Tibetan) And the aroma present in Kashmiri and Tibetan Pods is incredibly annihilating. In Kashmiri Pod, I have picked each grain but still the aroma is enough to make the whole room a pod. In bottles, there is just Musk. A small vial is placed on a black capped jar. This vial contains Musk grains from three species. This is solely for sniffing. It is just the Craziest Scent I have ever smelt. Tibetan, Kashmiri and Siberian: and just raw grains, no oil at all. This new aroma is a Black Hole. Now macerations cannot do for me. Have a closer look to the Pods. Tibetan Musk grains are from two different sources. The grains in a black capped jar is acquired from a Chinese herbalist. Fully dried. And the rest of Tibetan grains including Pod is from Faheem. What about the nuances, and differences? Well, a lot, a lot of differences. Both in strength and potency of musk aroma, and, more particularly, in the vibrancy of musk aroma. Kashmiri Musk (pod and Grains) is placed in the center. BUT THE VIAL CONTAINS GRAINS FROM ALL THREE IS "THE SCENT OF SCENTS". Soon I will write about the differences, and about the quantity of grains to be macerated in different oils for having a pure Musk aroma, not just a haziest view of Musk.