Oud Romancea for her 100ML Eau De Parfum by Ard Al Zaafaran Trading
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In the fragrance realm, oud is arguably one of the most polarising scent categories. Fans can't get enough of its rich, intoxicating scent (the Harrods perfume hall is notoriously known for its blast of oud) while other shy away from its intensity. In recent years, perfumers are exploring different ways to give this multifaceted note a modern spin by pairing it with ingredients such as citrusy bergamot, zingy passionfruit and smoky tobacco. What is oud?
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Similar to other naturally-derived notes in perfumery, an ingredient's scent differs depending on it's provenance. "The scent of oud oil is very complex," says Gilbert. "It's warm, slightly sweet; imagine the sweet and gloopy flavour of balsamic vinegar without the acidic side. Resinous, woody, earthy like a forest floor, fruity like cherries, bitter, smoky, very animalic, between tanned leather and goats, with a bit of blue cheese," describes Gilbert. What does oud bring to a fragrance? Discover, for example, Oud Kambodi, Khashab al Oud, or Mukhallat Sharqia. Apply the Oud Romancea Ard Al Zaafaran perfume with Because Arabic perfumes are generally excellent in terms of staying power, this one is no exception to the rule. Thus, it will be advisable to wear perfume sparingly, without overdoing it. And this, so that the wake is more pleasant. Romancea has finally seen the light of day! An adaptation up to the height of the original, which is likely to surprise all lovers of homemade vaporizers!
There are some 'bases' that perfume houses make which approximate the smell of oud, and contain a blend of synthetic and natural ingredients - important to capture the complexity of oud itself," says Gilbert. Due to the high cost and rarity of natural oud oil, perfumeries often use the smallest percentage in conjunction with other ingredients such as cypriol or patchouli. What does oud smell like? If the idea of goats and blue cheese sound unappealing, fret not. According to Gilbert, the tiniest amount of oud will lend a resinous sweetness and intensity to a fragrance. "A good perfumer knows how to hide facets of a material that are undesirable."As usual, the Oud and Musk boutique has been able to select an exceptional fragrance... Oud Romancea Ard Al Zaafaran perfume: dare it! A sophisticated aroma, composed of notes of honey, agarwood (oud), amber and tobacco, with a citrus touch of bergamot, spicy hints of saffron and cardamom and a sweet touch of raspberry. Honeymoon is the first - the plan of this hypnotic, seductive, seductive perfume ... A beautiful oriental perfume that combines beautiful floral warmth with woody and oriental notes. Fragrance Notes Oud have been a staple in Middle Eastern perfumery for centuries. It's also used in Japanese and Indian cultures as incense. Due to the scarcity of the agar tree, it's now illegal to harvest the resin in the wild.