Byron Parfums Mula Mula is part of the Narcotique Collection, launched in 2018. It is an amber spicy that explores the power of fruits and spices with narcotic fragrances. It has notes of caramel, ginger, labdanum, musk, oud (agarwood) from Laos, peach, pink berries, patchouli, raspberry, strawberry and vanilla. It is an extrait/parfum.
From the brand - "A perfume from another world, an exceptional complexity combining several chords in a perfect symphony, revealing addictive and even narcotic facets. An intoxicating trail that you never tire of. To consume without moderation."
Fragrantica - "Caramel, berries, peaches and cream grounded by the oud which pulls off slightly leathery rather than oud-like so don’t be deterred if you don’t get on with oud, this is linear, crowd pleasing & not especially complex, harsh or polarising. I’ve been trying to find a fruity scent that smells unique, expensive and “grown up” and this has finally ticked that box. This is a sexy, grown woman on a summer night she’s got long wavy brown hair and wearing a satin red dress."
Fragrantica - "I've now owned this baby for over two years now and it's gotten even better and more well-rounded with time. It's less sharp and "messy" in the opening. I even detect a warmer note, smells like coffee. I still love it. Still performs well, I get about 4 hours of decent projection, but then it becomes a skin sent. It easily lasts 8+ hours for me. It clings much longer to clothes obviously. I'm not sure how recent batches perform mine is from 2018."
Fragrantica - "I bought some niche parfum and I get a sample Mula Mula becouse I asked something peachy. I never heard about it before. I sprayed to my wrist and gone to do my job. After ten minutes I started sniffing some ethereal indian insence smell- what the hell could it be??? I figured out this is my Mula Mula sample on my wrist- it's an adorable and unique scent for me"
Fragrantica - "As it evolves, Mula Mula develops resinous and balsamic nuances, sometimes bringing a fruity-gourmand scent, thanks to the presence of the benzoin and the balm of Peru, sometimes with a woody-smoky smell, because of the notes of labdanum, oud, patchouli and, above all, cypriol (also known as Nagarmotha). But do not expect that the note of oud to be very obvious, because it is not.
Besides being enjoyable, Mula Mula is a mutant perfume. Sometimes it enhances the gourmand aspect and gives prominence to the caramel and the vanilla, meeting the feminine taste; other times it behaves drier and with almost alcoholic nuances (reminiscent of a cherry liqueur), drawing the attention of the male audience."