Sheikh Al Faransi Perfume Oil

Sheikh Al Faransi (Perfume Oil) by Maison Anthony Marmin / Abdul Karim Al Faransi
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Sheikh Al Faransi (Perfume Oil) is a popular perfume by Maison Anthony Marmin / Abdul Karim Al Faransi for women and men. The release year is unknown. The scent is oriental-sweet. The longevity is above-average. It is still available to purchase.
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Fragrance Notes

HoneyHoney AmberAmber ChocolateChocolate AmbergrisAmbergris Floral notesFloral notes OudOud SandalwoodSandalwood

Ratings

Scent

8.630 Ratings

Longevity

8.328 Ratings

Sillage

7.328 Ratings

Bottle

7.928 Ratings

Value for money

9.112 Ratings
Submitted by Globomanni, last update on 05.01.2022.
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9.5
Scent
6
Longevity
6
Sillage
6
Bottle
10
Pricing
Supersegi
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Amber from the Frenchman
Great, spicy amber scent that reminds me Ambre Sultan with more spices. Warm, soft, beautiful.

Drydown becomes very Arabic oriental.

As an oil, of course, with little sillage, relatively little durability with me, but great fragrance, where you get for 15 euros EWIG.

For warm, cozy nights, in which one does not want to slay (as usual ;) All with fragrance cloud, but close to the skin by smell wants to radiate comfort. Great entry into (in the case pseudo) Arabic fragrances
10
Scent
10
Longevity
10
Sillage
10
Bottle
SamiMadyane
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Sheikh al Faransi/ a journey to the Orient
The scents of Anthony Marmin (previously Abdul Karim al Faransi) definitely belong to the kind of scents that influence the soul in a positive sense
The fragrance and the other fragrances from this house are on a natural basis and let you go through several stages of fragrance.

With me the smell has changed from the animal but quite pleasant into a soft very beautiful smell on the skin.

Can only recommend it the fragrances are very high quality and towards the end SEARCH!
Ovaissaleem

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Sheikh Al Faransi
Notes: Honey, Amber, Chocolate, Ambergris, Sweet Floral, Agarwood and Sandalwood.

This is a majestic scent. Velvety honey with amber combined with dark chocolate and floral notes make this just magical and exotic. A must have in the collection and will be getting a bottle very soon.
8
Scent
8
Longevity
7
Sillage
8
Bottle
Darkbeat

192 Reviews
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Darkbeat
Top Review    5  
Narcotic and powerful perfume
The perfumes of this Arab house, are of an infinite quality, and with little quantity they last an eternity.

The output is honey amber and sweet, nothing cloying, with woody and floral nuances precious. The floral notes are indecipherable, you know there are flowers, but no idea what flowers they are, they float in the air like a crystalline mantle of floral nectar, that revolves on a honey-loving base, something dirty, but of incredible beauty. Then this sweetness lowers in intensity, like the floral notes, and take more body woody notes. Here the oud is perceived in all its splendor, nothing medicinal, but very dirty and animal, a very deep woody note with a nice residual halo of flowers and honey. The drying is a sandalwood amber, warm and sweet, very close to skin, with some shades of oud. A very masculine and woody perfume, not suitable for everyone, and of a mysterious beauty and with character. I liked it a lot, it's an arabesque preciousness, very related to western tastes.

The performance is very good, staying in skin for 10 hours, with a moderate wake, something heavy at the beginning, to progressively finish in moderate, then the last hours of the perfume stays at skin level. This performance is in reference to a touch on the skin with the dosing rod, so imagine how long a 3ml vial of this elixir can last, and that this is not one of the most powerful in this house.

The proper use of this perfume is nocturnal and for cold and temperate climates, although on a cold morning, it would also be a perfect champion.

To me, particularly, this perfume I liked a lot, and sooner, than later, I will go for a larger bottle, because if we look at the cost / performance ratio, it is not an excessively expensive perfume for the quality it offers, and If you are looking for a different scent to what is currently on the market, it is a perfect candidate. I recommend at least your test.

Sorry for my bad english.
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KingPinKingPin 3 years ago
8
Scent
8
Longevity
8
Sillage
7
Bottle
I'm no oud lover, but this is good! None of that barnyard scent, more woody and oriental with hints of flowers I can't define. Good value!

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