Our Royal Crown Oud Al Melka samples and decants are rebottled by Scent Split from genuine fragrance bottles. Scent Split is a wholly independent entity not affiliated, connected, or associated with Royal Crown.
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Original bottle not included with sample/decant purchase. Scent Split rebottles the genuine fragrance into smaller bottles.
“A unique scent, which evokes mysticism and the power of silence. A legend tells the story of how the majestic aroma of woody Oudh, one of the most ancestral and characteristic scents of the Middle East, permeates throughout heaven. The woody- animal-like aroma emits dreamlike desires, which envelope all those who use it, immediately transforming them into temples dedicated to the worship of for-fumum. In Oud Al Melka’s trail, a concentrate of the best qualities of oud is perceived; an oud that is cleverly mixed with different varieties of rose, Sambac Jasmine and a trace of precious Grey amber, that upon contact with the skin,makes it, irresistibly sexy. I conceived Oud Al Melka as an exceptionally feminine fragrance. A dreamy Oud for princesses and queens” — press release of the brand. Oud Al Melka was launched in 2016. The nose behind this fragrance is Antonio Visconti.
Everything from Royal Crown is an extrait concentration, so expect to smell this on your skin for MANY hours. It projects like mad and the siage is heavy; It's the quality you can expect from this house. But while I recognize the quality, I admit this one is not for me. It's harsh, sour, and without a hint of sweetness anywhere in the dry-down. It's absolutely masculine in my opinion, and seems a tad dated--what they might have done with Oud in the 80's, kind of thing. Some will adore this fragrance. To each his own.
Thankfully, Scentsplit is here so we don't need to spend a fortune to access things we might not otherwise experience. Thanks for that.