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    Default Montale : Bois de Aoud / Original Aoud (info here)

    Montale Paris : Bois de Aoud / Original Aoud (2007)

    Slightly confusing, but these two are one and the same scent. Montale has been quite inconsistant with his actions before too, and here they go again : You may see this very same scent with two different names, so don`t be fooled.

    This Bois de Aoud / Original Aoud is very pure oud scent : The only note is Cambodian Aoud, so this is a singular note fragrance.

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    On a side note....For those who are interested, this pure Montale Aoud smells very much like a mixture of medicinal oud (at the top), tar, rubber, vintage woods & strange, dry airy musk that is slightly powdery. Very long lasting. Compares somewhat to Lonestar Memories (Tauer) and Garage (CdG).

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    Default Re: Montale : Bois de Aoud / Original Aoud (info here)

    Quote Originally Posted by PigeonMurderer View Post
    Montale Paris : Bois de Aoud / Original Aoud (2007)

    Slightly confusing, but these two are one and the same scent. Montale has been quite inconsistant with his actions before too, and here they go again : You may see this very same scent with two different names, so don`t be fooled.

    This Bois de Aoud / Original Aoud is very pure oud scent : The only note is Cambodian Aoud, so this is a singular note fragrance.

    This information is secure.


    On a side note....For those who are interested, this pure Montale Aoud smells very much like a mixture of medicinal oud (at the top), tar, rubber, vintage woods & strange, dry airy musk that is slightly powdery. Very long lasting. Compares somewhat to Lonestar Memories (Tauer) and Garage (CdG).
    Hmmm... curious to how this will compare with Royal Oud, which has a very strong pure Oud scent in my opionion too.
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