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Comme des Garcons Series 3 Incense - Ouarzazate

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Comme des Garcons Ouarzazate is part of the Comme des Garcons Incense Series (3).  This series was launched in 2002 and is devoted to the five main spiritual teachings of humanity.  Each fragrance is named after a city that is significant to those teachings.  Ouarzazate is Islam and is an incredible incensey fragrance composed of incense, pepper, nutmeg, clary sage, wenge wood, musk, vanilla, labdanum absolute and Kashmir wood. Ouarzazate is a city in Morocco in the Atlas Mountains and means "The Desert Fire".  It is a small historical town that is devoted to Islam. Ouarzazate is an eau de toilette, edt, and was created by Mark Buxton.

Comme des Garcons Ouarzazate

Fragrantica - "The fragrance placed me in a busy Kasbah of Taourirt, setting up on the high atlas mountain city upon the first sniff. It was bustling with trading activities among the merchants in the middle of an arid and bracing day, with fine sand picked up by winds brushing against my skin. To my left, the residents welcomed the sight of the travelling caravan that just arrived from Timbuktu, herding a flock of camels and slaves carrying precious cargo of spices and gold. To my right, a few people sought refuge in a makeshift tent, sipping tea in ornate cups."

Fragrantica - "To me the opening impression is that of minty tea. There are just tiny hints here and there of sage and of something I think of as animalic that is probably the labdanum. It settles down pretty quickly into a peppery/papery version of the dry wood thing that CdG does so well. I do not find it very incensey in the way I normally think of incense (which is to say: “burning”), but it does have a resinous quality that I think is supposed to stand for unburnt frankincense."

Fragrantica - "This is a cathedral of a fragrance. Sprawling and wide, open for interpretation. Soft and bold all at once, spicy and musky. Its fresh without being overly green, its musky without smelling like an '80's powerhouse. Great Fragrance."

 

 

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  • Kathy Bible - 18th Sep 2019

    5
    My favorite of the CDG incense series

    This is such a great fragrance, relaxing, reverent and calming. Querzazate requires one to take a breath and appreciate your day.

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  • Kathy Bible - 18th Sep 2019

    5
    My favorite of the CDG incense series

    This is such a great fragrance, relaxing, reverent and calming. Querzazate requires one to take a breath and appreciate your day.

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