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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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A spicy blend with top notes of coriander and bitter orange; middle notes of jasmine and citrose; and base notes of cedar and vetiver. L'Air du Desert Marocain is an eau de toilette intense, EDT.

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  • Dudley - 29th Mar 2018

    4
    Soft oriental

    Bears its name well. Decent performance.

  • Kat Hi Five - 14th Jan 2018

    5
    "Come with me to the Kasbah"

    I have never been to the Sahara desert. I have never been to a Moroccan spice market/souk. And yet, 10 seconds into this fragrance and I’m in the Sahara desert very near a Moroccan spice market.
    Amazing… 10 seconds and I get Valentino murmuring “Come with me to the Kasbah.”
    The first note of No 02 L'AIR DU DÉSERT MAROCAIN (EDT intense-unisex) is simply desert sand. But this head note is not the desert sand of my American Southwest. This head note is the vast swirling desert sand of the Sahara. The Sahara sand note is then almost immediately followed by a riotous jumble of sweet (petit grain-steam distillation of bitter orange tree) and exotic (coriander, cumin and many more) notes that are almost certainly coming from a Moroccan spice souk. The heart notes of warm rock rose and jasmine were there for me from the beginning and the notes stayed with me for the next 10 hours. The body notes are of sturdy dry cedar with vetiver and a fine ambergris in the background. Just like the finest camel, these body notes carried this precious elixir for 10 blissful hours.
    ANDY TAUER No 02 L'AIR DU DÉSERT MAROCAIN is indeed a 5 star masterpiece.
    Enjoy!
    FYI- I received ANDY TAUER NO. 2 L’AIR DU DESERT MAROCAIN from the Surrender to Chance web site. The EDT was included in the sampler pack “9 Best Niche Perfumes for a Beginner”. Thank you STC.

18 Reviews

  • Dudley - 29th Mar 2018

    4
    Soft oriental

    Bears its name well. Decent performance.

  • Kat Hi Five - 14th Jan 2018

    5
    "Come with me to the Kasbah"

    I have never been to the Sahara desert. I have never been to a Moroccan spice market/souk. And yet, 10 seconds into this fragrance and I’m in the Sahara desert very near a Moroccan spice market.
    Amazing… 10 seconds and I get Valentino murmuring “Come with me to the Kasbah.”
    The first note of No 02 L'AIR DU DÉSERT MAROCAIN (EDT intense-unisex) is simply desert sand. But this head note is not the desert sand of my American Southwest. This head note is the vast swirling desert sand of the Sahara. The Sahara sand note is then almost immediately followed by a riotous jumble of sweet (petit grain-steam distillation of bitter orange tree) and exotic (coriander, cumin and many more) notes that are almost certainly coming from a Moroccan spice souk. The heart notes of warm rock rose and jasmine were there for me from the beginning and the notes stayed with me for the next 10 hours. The body notes are of sturdy dry cedar with vetiver and a fine ambergris in the background. Just like the finest camel, these body notes carried this precious elixir for 10 blissful hours.
    ANDY TAUER No 02 L'AIR DU DÉSERT MAROCAIN is indeed a 5 star masterpiece.
    Enjoy!
    FYI- I received ANDY TAUER NO. 2 L’AIR DU DESERT MAROCAIN from the Surrender to Chance web site. The EDT was included in the sampler pack “9 Best Niche Perfumes for a Beginner”. Thank you STC.

  • Ashley - 15th Feb 2017

    5
    Sort of Obsessed

    My friend gave me a bag of samples to start off my perfume fascination and this is the first one that made me buy a bigger sample. I have to say...I think it will be the first full size bottle I purchase as well. It's gorgeous. It smells both earthy and spiritual, and not a bit flowery. Herbal, wooded, and dry at first, with a long warm breeze of sandalwood in the dry down.

  • Christy - 18th Dec 2015

    5
    Strangely Alluring

    What is it with this stuff?
    - I like it.
    - No, I don't. Not at all.
    - Now I love it.
    - No! Put it away!
    - I'll just buy one more decant.
    If I spray this two feet away from myself I can't stop inhaling it. Warm and mysterious. I can't wear it on my neck, though. It has something to do with that resinous smell.

  • Unforgiven - 11th Dec 2015

    5
    Uncommon

    First, I love this scent, but...

    As a guy I don't know if it's really a man's scent, or if I would prefer it on a woman. I guess that's why it's considered "unisex". But since my wife won't wear it, I will because I like the smell.

    The opening is a sweet, almost too much, but then the smell of aged wood comes in - I'm not sure what kind of wood - it's a musty smell which again is almost too much, but as the dry down continues, a powdery smell settles in, all of that comes together to leave a mysterious calm feeling. I've never been to the Moroccan Desert, but I can definitely imagine being there when I smell this.

    I would really love to find something like this with a little sharper edge - not too sharp - that would be more masculine, but for now, I'll enjoy this.

  • Abdullah Jacques - 4th Jun 2015

    5
    SOPPHISTICATED

    Elegant, alluring, perfection.

  • Dorothy Van Daele - 25th May 2015

    5
    Gorgeous

    Dry; I understand the "desert" in this perfume's name. It has a presence. It immediately attracts my attention. Not quite like anything else. I really enjoy wearing this.

  • fdelval - 6th Feb 2015

    5
    warm elegant classy escent

    I am amazed by this magnificent scent. It is warm, classy and elegant.
    I only have a 1/2ml vial so I can't really really judge on some aspects like sillage, because I can't really give it a full wearing.
    Nontheless, longevity is pretty good, not beast, but acceptable.

    I've never been to the desert, but I can see the point of some people comparing this to the dessert's warmth, the dryness of sand and the spiciness of the middle east.

    Not a compliments magnet, rather a scent you must enjoy yourself.

  • Unknown - 19th Mar 2014

    5
    Beautiful

    Simply gorgeous.
    My husband like wearing this just as much as I do.

  • Unknown - 23rd Jan 2014

    4
    Patience required for this one

    This smelled very masculine to me, at first, but after a few minutes, it developed into a gorgeous, smokey rose! I would wear this in certain places, but I don't consider it an everyday perfume. Beautiful, when applied lightly!

  • Carolyn Warfield - 27th Nov 2013

    5
    Died and went to heaven when I first smelled this

    Every time I get an order of samples, the first thing I do is open every single one and take a sniff - without dabbing, without spraying. Yes, this is dumb. But it helps me prioritize what to try first.

    When I sniffed L'air, it was like being transported into an African spice market. You get the hot sun, the drying spices, the wind, leather a little cracked from overexposure, and some human skin. IT'S GORGEOUS.

    Caveat: I almost always prefer unisex or slightly masculine fragrances. YMMV of course. But for me this is just perfect.

  • Unknown - 21st Oct 2013

    4
    Unique fragrance

    This is an unusual fragrance, mostly satisfying, to my mind. The opening does bother me-- to medicinal. But the middle and drydown are lovely, with the final amber not more complex than most ambers. It reminds me of Tobacco Vanille, and also Guerlain's L'Instant Extreme for men, with that lemon note. I am glad to have experienced this one, though I guess it's not in my top five or ten, and so I wouldn't purchase it.

  • NIna Maria Eidheim - 12th May 2013

    4
    wonderful, but almost overwhelming...

    ...in the start. More agreeable in the drydown. If it is the smell of angels, they must be male, and very much so, too. Completely masculine in my feminine nose.

  • Vitor - 5th Apr 2013

    5
    The Angel's Scent

    Incense and rose fabulously blended, a scent of dreams and mysticism that take you on a journey to an oriental bazaar, with a view to an endless desert.
    This must be the smell of angels, and will turn you into one among the mortals. And as the angels, this scent have no sex, so it can be used by both men and women.
    Directly to my top 5 favorite perfumes...

  • Gigi - 19th Dec 2012

    5
    L'Air du desert Mmmmmmmmmmmmmarocain

    Puts the "mmmm" in Marocain.

    If you like Mitsouko and Shalimar, try this for something more modern but equally melancholy/sensual.

  • anna j - 15th Dec 2012

    5
    austere in a good way

    this is a quiet and dry fragrance, not juicy, but layers of incense and change.

  • trl13 - 26th Oct 2012

    5
    Exotic aura

    I wear this EDT on weekends to be transported to another place. It is intense and lasts forever.

  • Panty Raider - 12th Jul 2012

    5
    Awesome cologne!

    How can I say this....ummm, da ladies love it? If you're a single guy who is looking for a masculine and sexy cologne then you should buy this.

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