A fresh burst of citrus and the innocent essence of flowers soaked in dew. The juicy and sweet extract of fruits mingled with the dark intensity of wood. The deeply rich and evocative nuances of the Orient swirling within the passion of spices. Every individual has a fragrance personality that defines him or her – a note that pervades your senses and celebrates your essence. Choose your favourites from our fragrance family and find the perfume meant just for you.
The classic citrus family, renowned for its fresh diffusive character, is composed of traditional notes such as bergamot, mandarin, orange, lemon, lime, and petit grain. Floral, aromatic even chypre accords contain them as well. These perfumes are characterized by their freshness and lightness.
Characteristic Raw Materials are Bergamote, Lemon, Mandarin, Neroli
Fruity notes give the impression of full, ripe, edible fruit odors, excluding the citrus fruits. Fruity notes are often sweet & tart and very pleasant to wear during hot seasons. Fruity notes are fresh & invigorating which exudes youth & happiness.
Characteristic Raw Materials are Peaches, Pears, Apple, Guava, Mango, Berries & Passion fruit
The floral family represents a broad spectrum of bouquets, ranging from single-note soliflore to infinite blends. With complete creative liberty and a wide palette of materials, perfumers often select greens, aldehydes, fruits and spices to dress-up floral compositions.
Characteristic Raw Materials are Neroli, Rose, Violet, Peach
The term “Fougere” is French for Fern & the name derives from a fragrance by Houbigant called Fougere Royale which was the first Fougere fragrance. Fougere family is built on a base of lavender, coumarin & oakmoss which is characterized by its sharp herbaceous & woody scent. The fougere family is the backbone of masculine fragrance.
Characteristic Raw Materials are Lavender, Coumarin & Oakmoss
A classic construction with long-lasting strength, the Chypre family is traditionally characterized by a blend of fresh bergamot, rose, oakmoss, and patchouli. This rich fundamental core goes often with green notes, fruity accents, and/or leathery animalic notes to impart a more distinctive character.
Characteristic Raw Materials are Peach, Leather, Patchouli, Rose
Often introduced with refreshing citrus or floral accents, the rich, long-lasting character of oriental fragrances is mainly derived from exotic spices, soft powdery notes, ambery and animalic facets, vanilla and precious woods.
Characteristic Raw Materials are Vanilla, Shamama, Patchouli, Tonka Beans
Wood-heart perfumes acquire a warm or opulent character when sandalwood or patchouli dominate while cedarwood and vetiver make them drier. The warm, dry and elegant masculine accords, often come with a freshness touch brought by citrus or aromatic ingredients.
Characteristic Raw Materials are Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Leather
Oils so rare, they're peerless. Dahn Al Oudh is the pure oil distilled from the wood of the Agarwood trees. The creation of Dahn Al Oudh is a very labour intensive process. So precious it is, that a kilo of Agarwood, when distilled through steam would yield anything between 1ml to 1.5ml of pure Oudh oil.
All in all, Dahn Al Oudh is about perfection.
Characteristic Raw Material for Dahn Al Oudh is Agarwood