Sharp Luban off the top, backed by camphor. Sitting there as the fire of your skin heats up, it becomes more smoky, and a medicinal zing sets in. With deep whiffs, you can pull out smells of fresh melon and soft citrus. It really does wear like a session. If you are one that loves burning resins, especially oud and frankincense, this mimics it very well. The camphor is more on the minty side of things as a top note, and underneath you have a smoked charcoal effect. This is quite the one-two layered combo. These fresh wafts in the sillage and then burnt smoke love sneaks in while you go about your day. Definitely an experience. Our base goes into a smoked leather with the melon softening and sinking in, while the lime quality of the frankincense powders just a bit. Camphor for me was the last to fade. The oud is the branch, the structure, that everything was built off of. A rugged, brown leather, dried apricot kind of oud. Luckily, we have had 34-degree mornings, and I have gone on a bike ride in 70 degrees, and this wears totally different in both scenarios. Let’s call this a Malaysian incense rather than a church incense. It stays vibrant and saucy, very balsamic the whole way. A fantastic frankincense-based take on oud. Overall, this is a session that makes you feel purified and refreshes the mind, which a lot of people use incense for, and this delivers to a T.