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Morah (2017)
by Pryn Parfum

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Year of Launch2017
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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About Morah

‘Morah,’ PRYN PARFUM’s New Seductive Scent inspired by Thai folklore ‘Chantakorob,’whose main female antagonist, namely “Morah,” is notoriously remembered as most ‘promiscuous, unchaste woman.’ The first scent filled with the exotic and subtly arousing essence of native Thai flowers introduces the moment where our ultra feminine looking and all but seductive Morah first appears in the story as by magic from the casket spellbound by the curses. Then follows a first-time encounter with the protagonist, Prince Chantakorob, after him untimely unlocking the precious casket despite the warning. Symbolising the beginning of their forbidden relation—the dangerous liaison. Then comes the woodsy notes as to when enters Morah, now close to be captured by the rugged bandit. Moral is now facing with a difficult decision to make. Instead of taking Chantakorob’s instructions to help kill the bandit, she unexpectedly turned to the bandit, passing him the dagger with which the bandit then uses to end Chantakorob’s life.

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There is one review of Morah.
In the opening I get aldehydes, underpinned by creamy, spicy woods & something animalic. The listed notes of black pepper, sandalwood & civet would account for this impression. Over the first hour, as the aldehydes fade, I get an ashy, leathery note suggestive of birch tar, which is not listed, followed by an accord very much like pencil savings, then cumin & oakmoss. The floral notes here are not obvious at all, except for a fleeting whiff of an incense-like champaca. The projection is low, & seven hours in it's faded to a very soft animalic base with just the ghost of a creamy white flower.
I find this to be a pleasant unisex fragrance that might work well for me in autumn. However I'm giving it a neutral rating, because the listed notes of tuberose, gardenia & frangipani led me to expect an exotic & rich tropical floral, a genre that I adore. It's far less feminine than that though, & the low projection is somewhat disappointing.
27th June, 2019

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