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Al Malek Al Ceeni II
Back in the month of Dhul-Hijjah 2016 we released CEEN, which sold out very quickly. The sacred Islamic Month of Dhul-Hijjah, historically this was the month wherein all of the different caravans from the furthermost corners of the globe would converge onto the Holy City of Mecca.
Al Malek Al Kalakassi
The legendary, Kalakassi – an oil that had the whole Oudh world on their toes or should I say ‘nose’. An oil that every reputable vendor wished to have due to its finesse and fame in the Oudh perfume world.
Al Malek Al Malacca
Al Shareef presents Oudh for Royalty from Malacca oudh trees distilled by masters of the art the pinnacle of oudh oil experience.
Al Malek Al Maliyzi
Introducing Al Malek Al Maliyzi – The Malaysian King. Distilled in 2012 for one of our VIP clients in the Royal Court of Doha this Oil is a fragrant jewel from the royal crown of Malaysia.
Al Malek Qadeem
Vintage Philippine oudh distilled by a grandmaster distiller of the highest order, a beautiful rich kynamic oudh oil aged 4 decades, this is the peak of oudh experience.
Java Arch’ is deeply meditative and in you want to explore like a flying carpet Java Arch’ will take you places.
The most nuanced Laos Oudh oil in the market capturing all the facets of this amazing wild oudh. It is an olfactory journey with many captures.
A Merauke oil, not distilled from woods buried in swamps, or under the rotting jungle floor, but from hand collected immaculate pieces lovingly collected and cared for, right from the process of collection all the way to distillation and curing and aging, here is Merauke – The Oil.
If you are one of those people who just cannot get enough Oudh oomph and are beginning to get bored of Oudh then MODHESH is going to ignite your senses in a way nothing has before.
Rediscover Oudh, all over again, with MODHESH.
Nusantara is intense, deep, rich powerful, it takes courage to take a deep whiff of Nusantara, it is intoxicatingly beautiful.
In classical texts such as Al Kindi’s work on perfumery and Al Sahrawi’s works on fragrant ingredients there is mention of a special type of wood famous in Hind. Hind is the Arabic term for the subcontinent. From the characteristics that define this wood is that it is found near water bodies, named in the local dialects as Samandari, meaning by the sea.