I purchased this blind as a tester and it's absolutely gorgeous. On its own, it's so mesmerising and quietly complex - perfect for a summer evening. Addictive is absolutely correct. You just have to keep going back for another hit from your wrists. Spicy, but not overwhelming. The smoky Oud note is really subtle and not at all heavy like many attempts at this potentially challenging ingredient. A beautifully balanced and really sophisticated unisex scent. Very alluring. I layered it with Orange Blossom and it's just an out of this world combination.
The Scent of a Royal
This scent is particularly special. Most Out based perfumes have atypical smell mimicking the average middle eastern scent. THIS perfume however has something special . It smells extraordinary but true to the Oud inspiration. It smells like what you'd expect a middle eastern royal to smell like. It is so so so unique but not peculiar or standing out . It stands out on its own.
Unusual And Amazing
I blind bought this scent after unsuccessfully trying to locate it to test based on a suggestion. I checked out the notes and it seemed compatible to my usual loved perfumes Amber, jasmine, rose, oriental... this perfume is at the same time both familiar and unusual. It’s a combination of notes unlike anything I’ve ever experienced before. It’s incredibly long-lasting and addictive. It smells like quality and sophistication. I will absolutely repurchase
Engrave One's Scentx
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