Comparable to other things, but in the Italian way
A rather simple perfume but possibly one of the best ouds on the market. Heavy honey, guaiac wood, oud, saffron is what makes this fragrance special. Is it similar to Black Afgano and/or Stercus or anything in that ballpark? Yes, but take away the incense and synthetic smoke + cashmeran of the first one aforementioned. One me it dries down a bit bitter (cypriol?) and I assume it's due to the natural materials in this.