So ill initiate this post with an admission that I am way overdo on both contribution and lead posts. I will get on top of this inshAllah. So in reference to the above post. I have been quite intrigued by kiyosumi because it is the most profound deep cherry note i have experienced in a Vietnam oil. There is no bitterness....a very balanced sweetness but the cherry is by far the dominant note, I would describe it as more grounding rather than uplifting. I have some excellent Vietnam woods which ive been able to collect and I love finding the right piece with the right burn where i get this same unmistakable cherry note unique to the origin. A very gentlemanly scent, something James Bond might be inclined to wear.