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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.
CKR is a wonderful Japanese style cultivated kynam oudh oil distilled two ways to capture the kodo experience.
Masterfully distilled Malaysian Organic Oudh of the highest quality, oudh oil that you know is premium with a reasonable price.
The Istanbuli rose oil has some similarities with the Taifi Rose oil, as it also does with the Isfahani oil, but no like any of them. Where the Taifi rose is citrusy and sparkly, the Istanbuli is more like the actual rose itself. Its ending has a lovely wood note, slightly cinnamon note that really brings warmth to the bright rose top.
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.
Oudh and jasmine are one of the most difficult ingredient combinations to work with, but JUMAANA is a seamless elegant marriage of Jasmine and Oudh supported by musk.
Khalouq takes you back in time to the days when the Islamic Khalif’s used to spend pounds of the most premium fragrances on perfuming the Holy Ka’bah.
Al Shareef is pioneering the way in the field of premium quality sustainable Oudh oils. Premium oils distilled from natural plantations with high quality ethics and processing standards in mind is the future and Al Shareef is proud to be at the forefront of this.
Liu Zhi is a meditative oil, immediately relaxing you and bringing a cool blanket of comfort and serenity. The opening a soft kynamic apple floral note
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.
Qubrus is the rendition of the ancient take of this genre with the citrus top notes, a middle centered on Labdanum and a set of basenotes derived from Oakmoss. This is the classic rendition of what became famously love as the Chypre.
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.