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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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L'Artisan Al Oudh is part of the Voyages series. Duchafour got his inspiration for this fragrance from the Arabic desert. It starts out with a gorgeous "skanky" note from the cumin, then the oud comes out followed by the leather. It finally dries down on a warm vanilla and tonka bean base. Stunning!

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Perfume Name L'Artisan Al Oudh
Year Introduced 2009
Perfumer Bertrand Duchafour
Gender Unisex
Strength Eau de parfum, edp
Notes Cumin, cardamom, pink pepper, date, rose, neroli, incense, saffron, leather, oud, Atlas cedar, castoreum, civet, sandalwood, patchouli, myrrh, vanilla and tonka bean
Country of Origin France

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  • Unknown - 4th Nov 2012

    5
    Terrific

    I bet many people would be turned off by this human scent that falls in the same category as the even better "Musc Koublai Khan" by Serge Lutens. Both are aggressive, beastly, sweaty, and sort of wrong. Both include the smell of deep dark musks and cumin and, er, various human products. I found Al Oudh more feminine, however. It offers more spices and a sharp tangy oud note, making it a very private pleasure. To be perfectly blunt, it smells like a wet vagina.

1 Review

  • Unknown - 4th Nov 2012

    5
    Terrific

    I bet many people would be turned off by this human scent that falls in the same category as the even better "Musc Koublai Khan" by Serge Lutens. Both are aggressive, beastly, sweaty, and sort of wrong. Both include the smell of deep dark musks and cumin and, er, various human products. I found Al Oudh more feminine, however. It offers more spices and a sharp tangy oud note, making it a very private pleasure. To be perfectly blunt, it smells like a wet vagina.

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