Oud 2019

Version from 2019
Oud (2019) by Aaron Terence Hughes
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7.6 / 1022 Ratings
Oud (2019) is a popular perfume by Aaron Terence Hughes for women and men and was released in 2019. The scent is woody-leathery. Projection and longevity are above-average. The production was apparently discontinued.

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesLeatherLeather
Heart Notes Heart NotesAmberAmber Damask roseDamask rose
Base Notes Base NotesPatchouliPatchouli Burmese oudBurmese oud MuskMusk Animalic notesAnimalic notes

Ratings

Scent

7.622 Ratings

Longevity

9.321 Ratings

Sillage

8.822 Ratings

Bottle

6.526 Ratings
Submitted by M3000, last update on 09.04.2022.
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Giles

60 Reviews
Giles
Giles
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The best ATH in my opinion
This is very good. An incredibly long lasting, heavy projecting fragrance with a high concentration of naturals. To be honest, with so many high end niche fragrances claiming to have oud in them. This one puts them to shame. ATH has got a few stinkers and I still buy them but this is very well blended indeed.
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2
Scent
8
Sillage
Jazzbob
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Jazzbob
Helpful Review    9  
A handful of earth...
...right in the kisser! - That's how I perceive this smell. No fruity notes. Just a rose with lots and lots of imagination. It doesn't smell really animalistic like you know it from some oriental scents and which can be quite appealing, but just dirty. If you think of forest soil when you hear the word 'earth', you have an appropriate association, but you shouldn't confuse this smell with that of the forest itself, but really only with that of the somewhat moist humus.

I see a similarity with the first version of Zoologists Bat, because this one also has a terribly earthy and, for me, mouldy quality, which makes it one of the worst smells I have ever smelled. Aaron Terence Hughes' Oud doesn't remind me of mould, but it still has a morbid aura, as I can almost only perceive dry, mouldy wood next to the earth.

To have tested the fragrance - the word perfume does not deserve this brew in my opinion - on the skin was like a pure agony of the sense of smell. And I could not detect any significant changes during this time. Based on my experience, I can also definitely say that I'm not too stupid to filter out the other notes.

And if I trust the perfumer's statement that real, expensive oud is used here, then I inevitably have to conclude that the quality of the same is simply inferior. In comparison, I much prefer most (semi-)synthetic oud chords or pseudo oud scents - at least they show a certain ability.
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Statements

EsserEsser 4 months ago
Opens up harsh with leathery oud and dirty patchouli and gets somewhat smoother and sweeter in the drydown.
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Amazon1975Amazon1975 2 years ago
9
Scent
10
Longevity
10
Sillage
6
Bottle
Love this...very earthy...the oud is excellent...great longevity....my new autumn winter favourite
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