This is listed as a men’s scent on many websites but in context of its place of production (UAE) and it being an Arabian perfume I would be comfortable in categorising it as unisex , as most people who wear arabian scents expect them to be full on, whether male or female. The strength of the woody notes in this would not put me off recommending this to a female looking for an oud scent or a typical middle eastern scent, as she would know what to expect from scents that are popular in UAE.
I’d describe it as spicy, sweet and woody if I was to sum it up in a nutshell, and it usually does get a wow reaction due to it’s opulent notes and packaging. The name really does befit the perfume and at £15 and it’s amazing value for money. In fact it could easily be sold for more due to how opulent it looks and I have seen it sold in some places for upto £45.
The velvet box with gold detail, voluptuous black bottle with gold cap and a generous 100ml size make it ideal as a gift or a personal treat that makes you feel amazing whilst being light on your pocket.
Unusual to find such luxury at such a crazy low price – but hey that’s what my £15 range is all about. A range of scents I have personally hunted down which exude luxury without the price tag you’d expect and all priced at £15.