Dahn Al Oudh Moattaq
    by Ajmal

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    Ekove's avatar
    Kuwait Kuwait

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    If you want a middle eastern Aoud "Mukhallat" (e.g. not pure Aoud oil) that still isn't too middle to appeal to foreigners of that perfume realm, I'd say Dahn Al Oudh Moattaq is the way to go. It a somewhat Musky ambery Aoud, not the typical thick, syrpy somewhat medicinal Aoud fragrance, yet it's not too western like M7 or covered up with Rose like most of Montale's offerings.

    Overall I don't have much to say about this one except it's a great fragrance to start in the Aoud world and it's one of the very few Ajmal perfumes that I don't have an allergic reaction to. As far as I know it comes in three version: An EdP, an intense EdP (Parfum?) and a pure Aoud form which runs up for $400+. I've only tried the regular EdP and the Aoud oil versions, and I like the EdP better. The oil one is just a typical high quality Aoud that is somewhat over-priced.

    24 August, 2010

    dxbinc's avatar
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    This is in the elilte league of Oud Sprays - it is pure Oudh in spray format, the Miattaq means äged and this greatly adds to the rich and immensely pleasurable fragrance of this perfume.

    07 March, 2010

    abubakr_al-misky's avatar
    United States United States

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    This description is not that of its name rather this is the description of Mukhallat dehn al oud al muattaq. This difference being that the dehn al oud is strictly agarwood, the mukhallat meaning "mixture" describes an attar of agarwood that is mixed with other ingrediants. The full name meaning , Mukhallat-Mixture, Dehn al oud-oil of agarwood, Muattaq-aged. This attar is Beautiful. The classic mixture of rose and agarwood is hard to put into words. The floral-citris of the Turkish rose and woody-anamalic of the aged high quality agarwood is a perfect blend of sweet and sour. Highly aromatic of herbs and rose yet deep and sensual musks and woods. A perfect blend of opposites. This attar is long lasting to the skin yet not annoying when used in rather large amounts "2 or 3 swipes of the dipstick". This attar by far is an arabian style attar that is far from being the same old smell as many of the mass marketed Arabian bakhoors (incense) and attars. The packaging is a little strange, it comes in a coffin looking box, and the 18ml. crystal bottle is noble and suites the perfume well and is very heavy. If you want to smell Arabian luxury and class in a somewhat affordable attar this is it. I highly recommend this attar.

    22 December, 2005 (Last Edited: 01st July, 2008)

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