Ramses - Egyptian perfume

    Ramses - Egyptian perfume

    post #1 of 6
    Thread Starter 

    Hi,

    i have bought before6years in Egypt perfume called Ramses. I would like to create it myself. I have found somewhere this perfume containpatchouli,pepper and citrus blends. I dont have good nose to identifyEOs in this perfume, but ismell:

    - something little sweet - maybe little bit ofmandarin ... ?

    - pepper ( not black pepper, but something muchgentle) i have no clue what is it ..maybe "pink pepper", but i dont have this EO to compare

    - i dont smell patchouli at all, maybe is used in a very small amounts

    Please help me to identify theseEOs, iwill send small sample of this perfume .

    best regards

    Milos Sula

    post #2 of 6

    Dobre jitro, Milos!

    And welcome to Basenotes.

    Is the brand Ramses Perfumes or is that the name of the exact perfume?

    It may be easier and more economicalto try to buy some more than to re-create it - maybe who someone knows the line can help you.

    post #3 of 6
    Thread Starter 

    This is exact perfume name, sometimes called as "Ramses II".

    Here are more info:

    http://mystiquescent.blogspot.cz/2009/07/ingredients_27.html

    Yes i know it ismuch easyto buy it once again( but it is hard to find on internet and shipping costs are high)buti would liketo know what is "inside", because iam nowtrying to prepare similar perfume and i like the pepper smellin this perfume.

    post #4 of 6

    Doyou needa large quantity, Milhaus?

    Maybe someone here knows this one and can give you some clues.

    post #5 of 6

    The site really doesn't give much of a clue to the contents, but if you want to recreate it then you could have a sample of itanalysed.

    My guess would be the pepper note is indeed pink pepper, usually known in perfumery circles by it's Latin name: Schinus molleas that is quite widely used.

    There will no doubt be a blend of musks and some amber forming the base, but beyond that I can't really help, never having smelt this oil.

    post #6 of 6

    The Price seems quite within reason to simply buy from the perfumer.

    I'd recommend that you either buy 3-5at a time, or ask for their wholesale price.

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    9/20/13 at 12:20am

    Milhaus said:



    Hi,

    i have bought before6years in Egypt perfume called Ramses. I would like to create it myself. I have found somewhere this perfume containpatchouli,pepper and citrus blends. I dont have good nose to identifyEOs in this perfume, but ismell:

    - something little sweet - maybe little bit ofmandarin ... ?

    - pepper ( not black pepper, but something muchgentle) i have no clue what is it ..maybe "pink pepper", but i dont have this EO to compare

    - i dont smell patchouli at all, maybe is used in a very small amounts

    Please help me to identify theseEOs, iwill send small sample of this perfume .

    best regards

    Milos Sula

    9/20/13 at 1:14am

    lpp said:



    Dobre jitro, Milos!

    And welcome to Basenotes.

    Is the brand Ramses Perfumes or is that the name of the exact perfume?

    It may be easier and more economicalto try to buy some more than to re-create it - maybe who someone knows the line can help you.

    9/20/13 at 1:56am

    Milhaus said:



    This is exact perfume name, sometimes called as "Ramses II".

    Here are more info:

    http://mystiquescent.blogspot.cz/2009/07/ingredients_27.html

    Yes i know it ismuch easyto buy it once again( but it is hard to find on internet and shipping costs are high)buti would liketo know what is "inside", because iam nowtrying to prepare similar perfume and i like the pepper smellin this perfume.

    9/20/13 at 2:03am

    lpp said:



    Doyou needa large quantity, Milhaus?

    Maybe someone here knows this one and can give you some clues.

    9/20/13 at 3:04am

    Chris Bartlett said:



    The site really doesn't give much of a clue to the contents, but if you want to recreate it then you could have a sample of itanalysed.

    My guess would be the pepper note is indeed pink pepper, usually known in perfumery circles by it's Latin name: Schinus molleas that is quite widely used.

    There will no doubt be a blend of musks and some amber forming the base, but beyond that I can't really help, never having smelt this oil.

    9/20/13 at 9:06am

    pkiler said:



    The Price seems quite within reason to simply buy from the perfumer.

    I'd recommend that you either buy 3-5at a time, or ask for their wholesale price.





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