Originally Posted by MonkeyBars
Turkish desserts are often flavored with rose, so it must be a dessert I'm not familiar with, as Oud Wood has no florals I noticed.
Rose? I'm talking about Baklava, that kind of turkish dessert.- - - Updated - - -
Originally Posted by Sparky
It's ok - very woody. It's not like real oud though, and I don't know how anyone could equate it with sexy ....
There are a couple of guys on YouTube that are ridiculously enthusiastic about it, claiming it's the sexiest thing they've ever smelled which was the reason I bought it in the first place.- - - Updated - - -
Originally Posted by PerfumeCollector
Oud Wood is one of the milder (if not the mildest) ouds around, I wander what would be your reaction to Arabian Diamond of M. Micallef for instance.
Yes, oud may be unpleasant on first encounter, but, did you like beer the first time around?, or scotch, or caviar for that matter?
Keep on trying, eventually you will find it very appealing.
Ask a caviar lover, or a beer lover LOL
I have a 3ml bottle of pure oud from 'Arabian Oud' bought from Saudi, and Tom Ford's Oud Wood smells nothing like it, if there's any oud in Oud Wood it's synthetic and smells nothing like the real thing.