It's a limited edition.
It's dense. It's opposite of what Olivia Giacobetti creates. It's not transparent. It's oud plus cardamom plus saffron plus some sort of rich oil resin. The cardamom is not astringent though and the saffron not aromatic and the oil not too viscous . It's blended perfectly. It's what Ajmal creates as mukhallats. But this on a different level.
It's the closest to real arabic Oud oil in perfume form from a western house that I've ever smelled (this and pure Oud).
This is what I imagine an upscale Arabic perfume house would create to reflect the opulence of Arabia. This exact creations in terms of notes and accord.
The only other competition is Mona di Orio's Oud. But its only competition in terms of price otherwise in terms of Oud quality and blend, there is no comparison. And I actually like her Oud.