The truth behind sandalwood oil

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On The Trail Of Sandalwood Smugglers Book

Graphic Novel

The truth behind sandalwood oil
Sandalwood Smugglers Graphic Novel
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Embark on a rip-roaring journey into the shady underworld of sandalwood smuggling with our buyers Simon and Agnès. We use sandalwood in a number of products and this book tells the true tale of deceit, duplicity and decapitation as the daring duo travel the globe to sniff out its true nature. 

Written by Simon and Agnès, with artwork by Chicago-based illustrator Plastic Crimewave, our first ever graphic novel shows the extraordinary lengths our buying team go to in order to uncover the truth behind our ingredients.
 

Kitty.

About 6 years ago

I am biassed. Sandalwood was, at the age of 9, the first smell I hunted down and tracked back to a single oil in Falmouth. Now perhaps exotic woods are not best associated with cornish fishing ports but, given i was reading Jamaica Inn at the time it all melded together to wisper to me of exotic lands, smuggling and...

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Kitty.

About 6 years ago

I am biassed. Sandalwood was, at the age of 9, the first smell I hunted down and tracked back to a single oil in Falmouth. Now perhaps exotic woods are not best associated with cornish fishing ports but, given i was reading Jamaica Inn at the time it all melded together to wisper to me of exotic lands, smuggling and smoke. Sandalwood is one of the most delicate, complex wood oils available but it is endangered and through this incredible thought provoking tale, as is often the case, the lust of europeans for the exotic caused very little but trouble.

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6 years ago

Kitty.

About 6 years ago

I am biassed. Sandalwood was, at the age of 9, the first smell I hunted down and tracked back to a single oil in Falmouth. Now perhaps exotic woods are not best associated with cornish fishing ports but, given i was reading Jamaica Inn at the time it all melded together to wisper to me of exotic lands, smuggling and smoke. Sandalwood is one of the most delicate, complex wood oils available but it is endangered and through this incredible thought provoking tale, as is often the case, the lust of europeans for the exotic caused very little but trouble.

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