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An accomplished distiller is not he who uses good wood to produce good Oil…An accomplished distiller uses good wood to create exceptional Oil.
Bakhoor making is an art passed down within families mostly by the women, mother to daughter
Al Bayt Al Ateeq II
Al Bayt Al Ateeq II provides the most amazing olfactory experience, soul stirring and emotion evoking.
Al Ghaliyah II
Al Ghaliyah the treasured fragrance from the middle eastern perfumery tradition by Al Shareef Oudh with Musk, Ambergris, Oudh
No perfumer can claim mastery until they have composed at least one night fragrance nor can any fragrance collection be complete without it. Our tradition boasts many fragrances composed specifically for the night and it is arguably one of the most challenging compositions.
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 Malaki
Al Malek Al Malaki experience is an out-of-world experience. Oudh from this unique environment carries the traces of its habitat, it is the most deeply fragrant, woody-with-gentle-touches-of honey-soaked species of oudh you will ever have the pleasure to smell.
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.
the most authentic smelling hand crafted incense cubes that you will experience.
The Arakanese first received the message of Islam from the shipwrecked Arabs in 788 A.D. Such shipwrecks were frequent occurrences in the coasts of Arakan and Chittagong. These trade ships brought goods for trade to this region returning with spices and fragrant Oudh back to Arabia.