This Gaharu is some of the best Agarwood we have experienced. Some sources listing Brunei Agarwood coming from A. malaccensis while others maintain the best quality comes from A. microcarpa known as "King Wood". It would appear there are numerous Aquilaria species within the vicinity of the Nation of Brunei. We received this wood as part of our "Agarwood education" from a good friend. More information will be provided when further research is done.
Loatian Agarwood, commonly known as Mai Ketsana, is an excellent grade of fragrant Agarwood. This may be an exceptional form of Agarwood from A. malaccensis. We received this wood as part of our "Agarwood education" from a good friend. More information will be provided when further research is done.
Aquilaria species are found throughout the rainforests of Southeast Asia. Members of the genus have been recorded as endemic to Bangladesh, Bhutan, Borneo, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Guinea, the Philippines, Sabah, Singapore, Sumatra, Thailand, Vietnam.
NOTE: The research on the various species of Aquilaria is ongoing. We do our best to provide accurate and up to date information. Please expect the above information to be revised as more information becomes available. If you have further information about this species or if you wish to submit a correction to this page, please feel free to contact us here
As of 2016, we have decided to majorly simplify the taxonomic structures of the species collection. Due to the numerous systems available, and many species being disputed and in a state of flux, we feel that most of our audience will be better served with a easier to understand condensed listing.