I met the owner last week - seemed a pleasant guy.
Gave this a sniff briefly on a mouillette: the oud and whatnot came across as quite woody with slight spice/leather/ tobacco facets; the rose is nice, but personally, I've had my fill of oud+rose.
This is certainly not a dirty oud by oud standards and many people on the evening seemed to find the fragrance quite femme. The latter really surprised me, but then my RADAR for such things is probably way off.
Apparently, 33 refers to the number of years the batch of oud was aged before use.