[B]Oud Shuyukh[/B] opens with the deepest and most intense barnyard note that I have ever smelled. It is almost too much to take. And yet it has a deep and mysterious allure that piques ones sensual curiosity, and in another breath--there is ecstasy. Shuyukh is primal and wild--a beautiful untamed stallion with natural finesse and noble character. This horse roams free in the wild, but when he stops for a breath, there is a quiet and gentle breeze that carries with it an astonishingly sweet fragrance. After the wild barnyard note has reached its climax, Shuyukh reveals a sweetness that begins to silently emanate from its barnyard heart. With the texture of silk and the creaminess of white chocolate, Shuyukh's bold and wild intensity verges on the erotic. A few moments later, and the barnyard and sweet notes have realized their union in an elegant woodiness reminiscent of cedar. The notes only layer, and never disappear.
Oud Shuyukh not only hits the "spot" that only an Indian Oud can, it challenges and allures one into an exotic wildness of whole bodily intoxication. While the opening barnyard note may have you thinking that this will be your typical Indian Oud, think again. Oud Shuyukh is anything but your average (or even above average) Indian Oud. Shuyukh is nothing short of exceptional, unique, and aromatically complex. With its all-encompassing palette, Oud Shuyukh captures the heart of India, and expresses the deep passions and spiritual desires of the human soul.