Excellent breakdown bro I appreciate the thorough and thoughtful reply. I think it’s deserving of a gram especially as you said Malinau oils are getting harder to come by.Hmm. I don't know. It's definitely much better to me than Borneo Kin. And the price difference isn't huge. So I would in that case. But it is inferior to Marius's and White Kinam. WK is much more expensive, but Marius's not so much more, and much better. I would also consider that top-notch Malinau oils are getting increasingly rare nowadays. It's a difficult question. I think that it is a very beautiful oil. And the price is ok, but you should always keep in mind that whatever Ensar sells for a given price, it is actually worth far less at the distiller. This is not the case with many smaller vendors that offer the same quality and sometimes better, with a minimal added tax on top of the distiller's price. Overall, it's a great oil, at an OK value as far as I see it, especially given the current options for Malinau oils.