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Montale Aoud Lime

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Perfume Description

Aoud Lime blends the sensuality of a very precious oud from Pakistan's mountains with roses from India and iris from Italy. On a base of amber, patchouli, sandalwood and a light note of saffron. I have seen varying descriptions of notes for this fragrance and it is questionable whether there is any actual lime in this fragrance.   This is an eau de parfum, edp.

Montale Aoud Lime Aoud Lime blends the sensuality of a very precious oud from Pakistan's mountains with roses from India and iris from Italy. On a base of amber, patchouli, sandalwood and a light note of saffron. I have seen varying descriptions of notes for this fragrance and it is questionable whether there is any actual lime in this fragrance.   This is an eau de parfum, edp.
$3.99

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  1. Nice Montale Aoud, with no Lime. 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Dec 2015

    Not sure why this is named Aoud Lime, because I got no perceptible lime note. Not as strong or lengthy of opening as other Montale's. The rose note is lighter and not as dark or heavy as Black Aoud, but the late stages are very similar. Much more wearable Montale Aoud than Black Aoud was for me.


  2. Not the best Montale Aoud 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Dec 2015

    Heard many good things about Black Aoud, but find it a little to heavy. Takes a long time to settle down, but is very nice once it does. The rose note is too prominent for me, but it's likely to appeal to others.