Texturally decadent, sinfully smooth and luxuriously sumptuous…
From the Arabic word meaning Velvet – Mukhmal perfume is a delicious blend reminiscent of the unbridled and opulent glamour of the tales of ‘A thousand and One Nights’ striking the senses with a delicate & fruity velveteen sweetness.
It is as one of our Middle Eastern clients so succinctly put it ‘Quite simply one of the finest Mukhallat perfumes you will ever experience”.
Mukhmal was the Mukhallat (blend) that near slipped through our hands – Whilst we were in pursuit of the evasive Mysore SandalwoodOil we were searching for a unique scent profile…An Oil with whispers of woody spiciness unfurling into a creamy sensorial dry down. A Mysore Yes! but without the overt saccharine like, cloying buttery notes. After testing and reviewing many Oils we finally discovered the perfect specimen of Santalum Album Oil, patiently aged for 10 years and promising to bring our aromatic vision to life.
Deliberately and progressively blended, this Artisanal Oil demanded the gradual resting of each precious component for the final blend to sing in harmony. Oudh is steeped with Sandalwood until it reaches a seamless and consistent scent profile followed by a blossoming Ta’ifi rose and then a burstof magnetic Civet. This is then further rested before the concluding exquisite ingredients are added, shaping an impeccable scent basking you in gentle roses, soft spices, creamy sandalwood and a bright floral Oudh dry down.
As demand is high we know not everyone will be able to acquire a full bottle of this particular Oil, so we have a very limited number of free samples for those who are keen to sample this blissful Oil.
The fragrance of middle eastern royalty, natural, niche and luxury.
When used in a perfume composition, Oud is most often a base note, which tends to remain on the skin long after the others dissipate. Since they form the perfume’s foundation, base notes are very rich, heavy and long-lasting (up to six hours and more). They serve to enhance the scent of other ingredients; and, in some cases, they impart a fragrance all their own. While most wood notes are known for their earthy qualities, Oud provides a pleasant sweet scent and is often featured in a synthetic version because it is so costly to harvest.