Maroke Agarwood AKA Aquilaria Filaria is found buried deep in the swamps of Papua . Some say the age of the dead trees could possibly be 100+years old, either way this is without a doubt one of the most unique Agarwoods. It’s uniqueness starts from the way it’s produced to the way it’s collected to the way it looks, right down to the way it smells.
Fresh, green , earthy with a wonderful sweetness ..... peppery accord comes later on, and the vibe of walking through a North African spice market
This wood is very much uplifting, antidepressant in its nature and has a wonderful sweet smell that lingers for days