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Collection: Trade Routes

Oud de Nil

A fragrant zephyr floats off the Nile as it snakes through the desert. Luxuries from across the Orient – jasmine, orange blossom and oud – come together in this Egyptian-inspired eau de parfum.

2 reviews

A fragrant zephyr floats off the Nile as it snakes through the desert. Luxuries from across the Orient – jasmine, orange blossom and oud – come together in this Egyptian-inspired eau de parfum.

2 reviews
£178

100 ml

Size 100 ml
QTY 1 +
Concentration

Eau de Parfum

Eau de Parfum

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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.

By Charis Chasi 21 Feb 2020

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

By Amanda Cimms 14 Oct 2018
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