Malaysia Oudh No. 1

Malaysia Oudh No. 1 by Oudh.co.uk
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Malaysia Oudh No. 1 is a perfume by Oudh.co.uk for women and men. The release year is unknown. The scent is woody. It is still available to purchase.
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Submitted by Apicius, last update on 21.11.2018.
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Low-key Individualism
With only 80 € (~100 USD) for 3 ml, Malaysia Oudh No. 1 is one of the cheapest pure oud oils in the current line up of this retailer. For this price you get an amber-coloured distillate of Aquilaria Malaccensis. According to Oud.co.uk, modern as well as traditional equipment has been used during distillation.

The result is a fragrant oil with comparatively little development and complexness. The overall impression is earthy-woody, and this kind of wood reminds me a lot of hemp and sisal. This is interesting but may not appeal to everybody. Compared to western perfumery, I feel reminded at the extraordinary creations of Robbie VanGogh, especially “Hemp & Leather”. Also a very distinct papyrus perfume, such as Pierre Guillaumes “Papyrus de Ciane” is reminiscent. – But these are very eccentric fragrances, and also the strawy woodiness of Malaysia Oudh No. 1 is somewhat special. Those who wouldn't like it might imagine visits to the zoo, hamster cages or cat litter.

In opposite to the mentioned perfumes, a certain calmness, a feeling of being grounded, and naturalness characterise this oil. This may simply be caused by the fact that nature had a much more important part in the production than in most conventional perfumes.

The simplicity of Malaysia Oudh No. 1 complies with those of some puristic wood perfumes that have been fancy for a while, such as Comme des Garçons' Wonderwood or the woody DSquared² gent's perfumes. So, Malaysia Oudh No. 1 can be described as pleasingly straightforward, but also as unfinished.

Malaysia Oudh No. 1 incorporates the attributes straightforwardness, simplicity, but also a sense for individualism. It supposedly appeals to the same kind of people, and so it is up to you to decide!

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