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Well, I'm really hard-boiled when it comes to dirty and animal scents.
I like this kind of scent But if I hadn't been able to roughly estimate what to expect here - especially in the top note - based on the previous comments and statements, I would probably have really blow-dried my curls.
Virginal and even sensitive noses may be completely overwhelmed and possibly even repelled. Those who don't like animalism should find no pleasure in this fragrance. If you also find dirty animalism unpleasant or even disgusting, you might have found a real enemy of fear here.
The prelude is, without exaggerating it for illustration, a genuine animalistic club. Of the dirtiest kind.
If you know the basic tone of Hyrax and Peau de Bête, you can prepare yourself for similarly hard stuff at Mūsīqá Oud.
However, at the same time on a completely different fragrance experience.
There is, however, one not too small difference to the animalistic flagships mentioned above, namely the containment and caressing other notes that spread throughout the fragrance.
Although I can't perceive any flowers or floral nuances on my skin over the entire fragrance process, I can smell the most characteristic, best and richest oud I've ever smelled.
And resin(s). And smoke. And wood. And leather. And very, very far back, even viscous-flowing wild honey In the beginning still strongly fecal, the scent eventually subsides and becomes a little more cuddly - although, in my opinion, it remains light years away from a cuddly scent.
Nevertheless, all nuances result in a fragrance picture that could hardly be more skillful and harmonious.
Speaking of which, I must actually mention again the really strong similarity of the animalistic keynote to Hyrax. However, where Hyrax simply overwhelmed me (overwhelmed, not repelled), Mūsīqá Oud manages to pick me up completely and take me with them.
The faecal note, although slightly receding in the course of time, is so skilfully embedded and interwoven that I would almost describe it as beautiful (which in relation to the word faecal actually seems somewhat strange).
A pro pos: is there, by chance, a word for "fecal" that is not so negative? Because I use the term mostly for lack of a better word...
Fantastic animalistic oud scent that scores through composition, durability and character.
In any case, I am completely addicted to this fragrance, which in view of the price has not only brought happiness hormones. It's not that low... But after a few seconds I knew (which rarely happens) that this candidate belongs in my collection
And because it just fits so well in several respects (and I am already celebrating myself a little for the resulting headline) I end and say: