The title is clear. Please suggest designer ones rather than niche since it's really hard to find some niches around here.
Serge Lutens line is quite rare here in Iran, no idea about Middle East.
BTW thanks for reply.
Jasminora by Guerlain - Fresh/floral jasmine with a slight citrusy edge
Jasmin Noir by Bvlgari - Oriental and abstract jasmine
Alien by Thierry Mugler - Metalic/milky jasmine on top and tries down to a woody/ambery base
Le Parfum by Elie Saab - A bouquet of white flowers with jasmine playing a important role on a base of patchouli, vanilla & honey
Pure Poison by Dior - Again a bouquet of white flowers with jasmine playing a important role done in a fresh/green/floral way
Jasmine is restricted because of IFRA (aromachemical lobbying company) regulations. There are several threads on this on BN. They've been pretty aggressive in restricting the use of substances that cause allergy in some people. Many natural substances do, so many have been restricted. This includes both jasmine and oakmoss. As a result, there is little or no true jasmine extract in most perfumes after 2010 (when the regulations took effect); mostly, it's chemical reconstructions, which are not necessarily bad.