Qasamat Morhaf

Qasamat Morhaf by Rasasi
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Qasamat Morhaf is a popular perfume by Rasasi for women and men. The release year is unknown. The scent is floral-woody. Projection and longevity are above-average. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamot, Lemon, Raspberry
Heart Notes Heart NotesDamask rose, Pink pepper, Geranium, Jasmine, Orange blossom, Tuberose
Base Notes Base NotesPatchouli, Amber, Vanilla, Musk, Sandalwood, Oud

Ratings

Scent

8.4 (25 Ratings)

Longevity

8.3 (24 Ratings)

Sillage

8.2 (25 Ratings)

Bottle

8.8 (28 Ratings)
Submitted by Irini, last update on 24.05.2020.
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8.5
Scent
9
Longevity
8
Sillage
9
Bottle
DAMMOR

2 Reviews
DAMMOR
DAMMOR
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Lovely scent
I love the scent. Although I do find it much more on the feminine side so perhaps for a male to were this, best would be winter, and colder seasons. It's pretty strong stuff indeed so this little 65 ml lasts a long time. Presentation looks really luxurious. I think the scent will appeal to almost anybody. The oud in here is very safe.
9
Scent
10
Longevity
10
Sillage
9
Bottle
Profuma
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Very helpful Review    11  
An enrichment
The caravan makes its way through the desert. Shimmering flickering, the outline of the destination becomes apparent in the distance. A city surrounded by high walls, slightly elevated built on a hill. Some towers of the palace tower awe-inspiringly over the protective walls with golden roofs. The city is in the hard-guided hands of the Sultan, a ruler who does not tolerate any breaking of the rules. The X-shaped poles tied up and carved into the ground, with their bodies stretched out, partly lifeless and partly still connected to life, speak volumes of those who have trampled underfoot on its laws. Inside the ruling house, the preparations of the new arrivals have been in full swing for days. Nothing is left to chance. The caravan does not suspect much of the hustle and bustle in the cool walls a few miles out in the desert sand. The Tross consists of dense columns of two. He is led by riders wrapped in black on splendid moulds adorned with tinkling golden jewellery bridles. The rows are interrupted by a camel litter, which is accompanied on both sides by another rider and at the end by a special guard. Immediately behind the palanquin rides Arman, the man who has bought for the ruler in the palace on the slave market three day rides from here, the jewel inside. The arrival of the pirate ship with the noble lady from the west had spread quickly. In the city by the sea, known for its human trafficking, many of the surrounding houses of rank and name have offered their buyers, who were to buy them at auction. As expected, the Sultan let human goods cost him quite a bit and, thanks to his numerous bidders on the day of sale, one of them was awarded the contract as expected.
At a steady pace, the caravan moves further and further towards the city in the distance. The lady inside the camel litter awaits the entrance into the harem of the ruler. She will remain there until his disgrace or her natural death.
Aman, the successful bidder, does not let the sedan chair out of his sight for a second in front of him with the precious good, and when it is lost, the same fate blossoms for him as that of the men tied up outside the city gates, for example, through robbery. While the remaining guards keep an eye on the surroundings, he secures the human cargo. Again and again a scent blows from the inside of the sedan into his face. Behind red and orange stepped and airy, translucent veils weighted down with pearl strings and golden borders, he can recognize the outline of the lady. Every now and then a sparkle of her lavish jewellery flashes in the rhythm of the moving camel behind the curtains. But immediately Aman is distracted again by the scent that blows around him from the sparkle. As an experienced advisor to the ruler in culinary and olfactory matters, he knows about the magic of scents of all kinds of origins and has contributed greatly to the enrichment of the cuisine and the scenting of the harem and the ruling chambers. It is therefore easy for him to classify the components of the scent from the sedan chair. He perceives a full-bodied Damascus rose. It has rustic flower heads, densely lined in rich pink and almost bursting, which exude a heavy, sweet, spicy scent. The rose is carried by a little lemon and a riper raspberry underlining the scent of the rose. The sweetish aspect is loosened by a peppery note, but never emerges from its trail. Again and again Aman blows the seductive combination of flowers and fruits into the face and although the sun is burning, this does not seem to stop the development of the fragrance. The delicious elixir wafts densely from the inside of the sedan chair to caress its face again and again. Under other circumstances, he would almost forget his task, but he must concentrate. The view of the sedan chair and the hearing of the surroundings. While the rose and its fragrant companions continue to waft around him, he also perceives jasmine. It lets the other scent traces shine even more nobly and gives even more depth. What has changed during the ride is that the scent has gained in warmth through amber and woody notes, but also a gentle vanilla touch. The rose, however, dominated the fragrance throughout the journey. Aman questions whether the lady in the sedan might have chosen this scent herself if she had not been deprived of it.
For him in any case a lady from distant western climes, appearing here as an exotic, with such an exquisite scent, who is anxious to do justice to her beauty, would truly be an enrichment...

Who never hunted and never loved,
never sought the scent of flowers
and never trembled at the sound of music,
is not a human being, but a donkey.
(Arab.Proverb)
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Helpful Review    11  
25 degrees+? PLEASE NOT!
This is how I felt today, when the sprayer of Qasamat Morhaf (QM) slipped away easily !

I should have been warned about Arabic fragrances, that quiet fragrances are not necessarily in the bottle, but what should happen and 4!!! FOUR!!! Sprayed on arm bend and shirt.

Boom...explosion...roses fly uncontrolled through the bill...meet me everywhere.
Just hit it, I'm powerless.
But wait...what's that???
Sugar trickles from the ceiling, accumulates...suddenly I stand knee-deep in the sugar from which roses grow.

How do I get all this back from the apartment ?

Desperation spreads..through the window I see radiant sunshine...that thermometer shows 25 +...
Sweat beads run over my forehead...my sweetheart comes from the next room (whether from the scent or my snap breathing? I don't know)

Her eyes are widening and you're driving away "Boah boy, what's up with you"...

Okay, now there's no time to lose...

I wade through a sea of roses, it sticks...
The shirt more torn from the body than unbuttoned and with last strength in the laundry basket sunk....the door is closed...it gets better.

Summary:
It sounds like it, but it's not a tear :)

I made only 2 elementary mistakes:

1. Overdosage
2. The wrong season

I really like the scent itself, only it is definitely meant (at least on my male skin) for the winter and there also economical to dose.
It is, as noted, room-filling.

On closer inspection, I also hear other fragrances, but they are still developing.

There will also be a supplement to the winter test.
Because I believe firmly in the fact that the smell comes better !

At least I'm smarter now :)
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9.5
Scent
8
Longevity
8
Sillage
9
Bottle
Minigolf
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Top Review    7  
Bois 'n Roses featuring S. Lutens
Wait a minute... no, this is not meant to be a comment in English. If I could do it, I'd write in Arabic But all from the beginning. With a beloved Parfumo member (thank you, dear Michael) I made a fragrance exchange. This "Qasamat Morhaf" was chosen by me as a barter object. Only a tiny note was available on his page (see below) and DIE was decisive for my choice.
I love woody-tart, rosy-floral, mossy-earthy scents.
I don't regret my choice. The fragrance keeps more than what I promised due to the statement.
As soon as I spray it on, I notice the concentrated load of ingredients, which all land safely on my wrist. Without disturbing initial boastful notes, which then flux the bux seemingly disappear as fast as they appeared, but wait lurking for them to strike again.
With this "Rasasi" everything is harmoniously coordinated, whereby only the intensities of the main notes suggest a so-called scent pyramid.
In the already woody scent beginning there is something like a minty overtone, which could come from rose geranium.
The ROSE as such suggests Turkish Rose or Damascus Rose, so deep and "rose-spicy" it comes across.
Woods wrap it up, it should be oud, cedar and sandalwood, very high quality.
I enjoy the perfume and have always a thought in the back of my mind...
"Somehow I've smelled a similar scent before... longer ago...don't know..
where from and when...?" That's when it crosses my mind: Lutens perfume, the "wood phase" of his work.... "Cedere" comes to mind, as does "Santal Majuscule"... exclusive and mature and not exactly cheap in price.
Qasamat al Morhaf could be the pedigree of these two fragrances.
Not "cribbed", but as the basis of Lutens' ideas, an inspiration for his own creations.
Rasasi, I think, lets a lot of old Arab scent art flow into his perfumes. Many of them are only available in the respective countries.
By the easy opening to "western" states nevertheless luckily again and again such "treasures" arrive with us.......Fragrance treasures of the finest!!!
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Statements

JoaoMartinsJoaoMartins 59 days ago
9
Scent
6
Longevity
9
Sillage
9
Bottle
Incredible price tag for such a great quality scent. Absolute gem. It kicks asses of fragrances that cost 5 or 6 times more.
Carlitos01Carlitos01 20 months ago
9.5
Scent
9
Longevity
8
Sillage
9
Bottle
This is probably the best Rose Oud fragrance edited by Rasasi. It's moderately unisex, very alluring and a joy to wear. Thanks to Joy Amin.

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