Al Misik: Kasturi Delima Fragrance

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Kasturi Delima Fragrance. Made from Pomegranate.

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Kasturi Delima Fragrance. Made from Pomegranate.

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3ml, 6ml, 12ml

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  • Store Name: Al Misik
  • Vendor: Al Misik
  • Address: Jalan Sutera Jingga 4, Taman Sutera
    No.35
    Johor Bahru
    Johor
    81200
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    Product dimension: 3ml, 6ml, 12 ml glass bottles

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    3ml, 6ml, 12ml in glass bottles

     

    5 ml in an Exclusive Janbiya Bottle in Gold colour.

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    This Tasbih is made from the rare and expensive Agarwood.

     

    Agarwood (Kayu Gaharu) is a fragrant wood that is one of the most expensive raw materials in the world.

     

    The Aquilaria malaccensis is a tree native to the rainforests of southeast Asia. When healthy, the heartwood inside these trees are pale, odorless, and worthless. In the wild rainforests though, the tree bark may be damaged by external forces, such as grazing animals and under perfect conditions, a type of fungus called Phialophora parasitica grows and infects the inside of the tree.

     

    In defense, the tree produces a stress-induced aromatic resin called aloes, which is dark and moist and over years, the aloes slowly embed into the heartwood to create agarwood.

     

    It can also be caused by ants burrowing into the tree trunk, wounding it and bringing microorganisms, bacteria and fungual spores into it. The ant secretes a liquid that damages the tree and the tree uses its own sap to seal the wound. In time, this sealed wound turns into agarwood.

     

    It takes an expert to know whether the Aquilaria has been infected and has agarwood (gaharu) inside. Then it takes hours of painstaking effort to carve the resin-infused agarwood chips from the healthy trunk. These trees are now a rare find hence its exhorbitant price.

     

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    Cambodian AgarWood Oil. Agarwood (Kayu Gaharu) is a fragrant wood that is one of the most expensive raw materials in the world.

     

    The Aquilaria malaccensis is a tree native to the rainforests of southeast Asia. When healthy, the heartwood inside these trees are pale, odorless, and worthless. In the wild rainforests though, the tree bark may be damaged by external forces, such as grazing animals and under perfect conditions, a type of fungus called Phialophora parasitica grows and infects the inside of the tree.

     

    In defense, the tree produces a stress-induced aromatic resin called aloes, which is dark and moist and over years, the aloes slowly embed into the heartwood to create agarwood.

     

    It can also be caused by ants burrowing into the tree trunk, wounding it and bringing microorganisms, bacteria and fungual spores into it. The ant secretes a liquid that damages the tree and the tree uses its own sap to seal the wound. It time, this sealed wound turns into agarwood.

     

    It takes an expert to know whether the Aquilaria has been infected and has agarwood (gaharu) inside. Then it takes hours of painstaking effort to carve the resin-infused agarwood chips from the healthy trunk. These trees are now a rare find hence its exhorbitant price. The agarwood chips can be distilled into fragrant essential oils.

     

    Product Dimension: 5ml glass bottle

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    Product Dimension: 180gm glass bottle

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    Exclusive Perfume Oil made from the renowned Rose Petals of Taif, Saudi Arabia. The Rose of Taif has a deeply floral and honeyed topnote, yet leaves a fresh fragrant rose petal basenote once settled.

     

    The Rosa Damascena Trigintipetala (wardh taifi) thrives in the mountainous region of Taif in Mecca, Saudia Arabia, a landscape rich with pomegranate, figs and honey. Similar in characteristic as the Bulgarian Kazanlik Rose, the 30-petal bloom was introduced into the region shrouded in mysterious origin tales ranging from Ottoman Turkey to Persia or the Indian Sub-continent.

     

    The Taif Rose has become a symbol of nobility in the Middle East. Its precious essence is intertwined with Islamic traditions in Arabia, especially in light of the twice-yearly ceremonial washing of the holy Kaaba in the Grand Mosque of Mecca, using the highest-quality rose oil.

     

    The Taif Rose itself is exceptionally rare with only between 10,000 and 15,000 hand-picked roses to create a small vial of oil. It is considered the ultimate gesture of honouring a guest when the oil is dabbed on their wrist or when a vial is bestowed upon a newly-married couple as a wedding gift.

     

    Product Dimensions: 3ml, 6ml or 12ml glass bottles

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    Cambodian AgarWood Oil. Agarwood (Kayu Gaharu) is a fragrant wood that is one of the most expensive raw materials in the world.

     

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    In defense, the tree produces a stress-induced aromatic resin called aloes, which is dark and moist and over years, the aloes slowly embed into the heartwood to create agarwood.

     

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    It takes an expert to know whether the Aquilaria has been infected and has agarwood (gaharu) inside. Then it takes hours of painstaking effort to carve the resin-infused agarwood chips from the healthy trunk. These trees are now a rare find hence its exhorbitant price. The agarwood chips can be distilled into fragrant essential oils.

     

    Product Dimension: 5ml glass bottle

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