Areej Le Dore Flux de Fleur was released in Fall 2017. "A heavy, dark fruity floral oriental."
Top notes: dissolved green and black frankincense; pink grapefruit
Heart notes: rooh of jasmine sambac and yellow frangipani; tuberose absolute, Cambodian oud that is over 10 years old; dark Sumatran oud soaked in coconut water; and Indian amber shamama attar, aged for more than two decades
Base notes: legally obtained, wild Siberian deer musk; castoreum, blue lotus absolute, honeysuckle and henna infusion, vetiver, tolu balsam and benzoin
Kafkaesque's review - "What’s interesting to me is how different Flux de Fleur smells in the second half of its first hour if I smell it up close versus on the scent trail in the air around me. Up close, Flux de Fleur is turning into an increasingly creamy white floral dominated by frangipani, then jasmine, honeysuckle, and tuberose (in that order), dappled by honeyed and surprisingly peachy fruits, then encased in a soft, sheer cloud of lightly spiced, quietly musky amber. From a distance, however, Flux de Fleur is a predominantly a spiced amber with intensely sticky, dusty, earthy, and powdery qualities to it. The fruity florals are abstract, heavily muffled, and secondary — merely an under-layer at best — and there is only a passing, fleeting suggestion of woods, incense, or smoke."