Q. How do Middle Eastern Perfumes smell like?
Ans: Oud, or agarwood which is a high-priced resin with a rich aroma of tobacco, leather, and a hint of honey, is the unique composition of Middle Eastern fragrances.
These great perfumes are provided in the form of Bakhoor -scented wood chips doused in fragrance oils. Middle Eastern people burn them in their houses.
Q. What is an oud fragrance?
Oud is a legend in the perfumes' world for its mild sweetness blended with woody and balsamic fragrance layers to put on the charisma. The art of layering fragrances comes alive in the scent of oud fragrances. We use them in the form of oud oil or resin (Mubakhar). Oud is essentially used as the base notes while layering various fragrances one by one.
Q. What does Oud smells like?
Oud also comes off as a compelling note for Middle Eastern fragrances being musky animalistic in their ardor. It depends on the taste of individuals, whether they find it wearable or not. It is one of the most expensive and rarest collections of perfumes around the world.
Q. How do you wear an oud?
Dehn al Oud- when it comes to applying them, the best place is your pulse points. Like- your wrists, neck, and even the nose. As Oud perfumes are much strong, they are ideal for winters and also for special occasions. They also come as quite long-lasting, so you can again wear them like ordinary perfumes every day.