Honey Aoud

Eau de Parfum

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This was my first known foray into an oud. I tried Calvin Klein's Euphoria years ago, and it smelled so much like cigarette smoke on me. I wonder now if there was oud in it. You really have to own the oud. You can't be ambivalent about such a serious, powerful scent. Montale's Honey Aoud has no honey at all to me. It is a very potent scent, not unpleasant, but not to be toyed with. I wore it three times and decided it wasn't quite my style. It's very much a burnt wood smell on me. It has powerful sillage and incredible staying power. One drop on my wrist lasted about 8 hours. Maybe a different type of oud could work for me, but this one is a little too potent.
By   - professor from Lake Charles, LA on 6/20/2017
Cinnamon, honey, and...leather? Why not. Cheerfully odd for a sweet (super-sweet) gourmand, with Montale’s smoky agarwood reining in what would otherwise be a daunting vanilla note. This is a bottle of autumn leaf piles, baked goods, and warm sweaters; not sure how it might hold up during the warmer months (or, rather, I suspect the sillage is strong enough to physically hold up the wearer), but I am going to pretend it’s September already and hand over that fifth star.
By   - editor from Seattle on 5/15/2017
I'm in love. Sweet and woody, definitely unique. Purchased a bottle.
By   - Sales from Albany on 2/8/2017
Way too sweet for my taste. But it is a grown-up kind of sweet. Not for me but if you like sweeter fragrances, this might be for you. Caution: don't use a heavy hand when applying this.
By   - Manager from Dallas on 7/24/2016
My new favorite Montale! Not at all what I was expecting based on the name. This perfume starts prominently with cade, with strong campfire smoke, juniper berries, and almost hidden green notes. The patchouli leans more soapy than herbal. The dry-down is cistus labdanum, leather, resins, and smoky vanilla riding on top of clean white musk. Dark and woody but not in a heavy way. Perfect for fall.
By   - Church Organist  from Nowhere on 9/29/2015
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