Oud Stars - Al Khatt

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A well blended manure in perfumery is always mesmerizing. This beauty follow my olfactory senses for well over 11 hours, and I do not over spray it.
By   - Scent lover from SW USA on 11/25/2020
Exquisite. One of the most beautiful blends of Oud with jasmine. The notes are further enhanced by addition of bergamot, cashmeran, vanilla, oakmoss, and benzoin. On my skin, there is no indolence detected at all. It is a beautiful blend of jasmine and high quality Cambodian Oud with the other facets lightly lurking in the background. Absolutely beautiful blending with enormous sillage and projection, this perfume is a superb example of Arabian style modern perfumery of the highest order. Immediately transporting you to a higher plane and worth every penny of the overindulgent luxury it is. Absolutely glorious radiant modern Oriental perfumery.
By   - Professor and Perfumer from Charlottesville on 1/27/2019
Masterful. Just superb. Jasmine is not over the top. A luscious perfume and again masterfully blended.
By   - IT from Camp Hill on 7/23/2016
When I first threw some of my sample on my arm I was not too entranced with those sweet top notes. As we got to the heart of the matter, I sniffed and waved my arm in my husband's nose. Hmm...he nodded, and I said does it smell like leather? Oh I know! It smells like Cow Poo! He laughed and agreed. But then i've always loved that smell and loaded down with all the other ingredients it smells quite nice. Several hours later, while readin in bed...(a book I might add called "The Book of Lost Fragrances" by M.J. Rose), I became aware of a lovely, haunting base note. It was like a lost chord. Faint but still there. I kept sniffing my arm and indeed was transported off to some beatiful, exotic location of dreams. By the way, the book is an excellent read!
By  on 8/9/2015
Believe it or not, the previous review spurred me to get a sample of this fragrance. I couldn't believe it smelled that much like cow country. Alas, body chemistry is a very strange thing indeed. On me this is warm and comfy and exotic, not a cow in sight. But then I like oud and Arabian perfumery in general, so that isn't surprising. In any case, to anyone out there thinking the notes sound grand but fearing they'll end up with eau de bovine, give it a go. It's very nice.
By   - Human Resources from Denver on 4/1/2015
Ah yes this takes me back to my past when I would go on road trips alot. I would open the car window and lay back, close my eyes to get some sleep then I would be awoken by the sound of cows. The air suddenly filled with the smell of shit. I would open my eyes and I would see hundreds of cows. This fragrance will always remind me of the 30 or so seconds when I would drive past a cow farm. The fecal oud is alive and stong throughout the entire duration of the wearing. It's the main player so all the other notes are obsolete if you think it will actually tame the fecal accord down. I get a slightly creamy, fecal oud accord with hints of jasmine and bergamot.
By  on 11/25/2014
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