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Deep Black Sedation Coffee Oud
At the first smell I meant "Oud Luwak", at least his twin brother would have risen again. But "Agar de Noir" is much more than a supplement. "Oud Luwak" has become an unmistakable oud icon, not least because of carrot juice on the one hand and nard on the other. It is loud, striking and impetuous. Behaviourally disturbed, but not annoying. And it also contains coffee, but...
"Agar de Noir" has the power of heat. The soothing which Oud Luwak lacks. The runaways are caught here by a very large portion of coffee. There's no question that the two ouds used here are as non-conformist as in "Oud Luwak", but they don't distract from the basic calm that this fragrance exudes. It's an oud scent that contains the blackest coffee I know. And even if you don't perceive it directly, the base notes of balsam, labdanum and tonka bean potentiate the calm spread by the two main protagonists, creating a black-brown, cuddly blanket.
It took a few hours before I recognized the sublime effect of this fragrance. Without even directing his eyes, or rather his "nose notice", to the fragrance, it engulfs you and envelops you in well-being.
There are some oud oils and also attars that evoke this relaxation in me. But with sprayable scents this is very rarely the case. In "Agar de Noir" darkness, warmth and power meet, but without wanting attention. And that is quite an art, with such a potent fragrance, which easily lasts a whole day.
Many thanks to PallasCC for this fragrance, which I never had on my screen and which has now captivated me.
PS: Although I don't attach much importance to the outward appearance, in this case the bottle, I have to express my enthusiasm for this work of art. That's how all high-quality extras should be packaged! The flacon not only looks very pretty, but it works perfectly and fits very well in the hand, which is not least due to the very thick glass and the solid metal cap.