Brand Parfums de Marly
Kuhuyan shows the light and upbeat side of these very graceful and majestic animals. In the prelude notes of fresh and green violet leaves romp with white blossoming nuances of jasmine. The centerpiece of the fragrance course consists of soft and fine leather notes joined by sweet-tart heliotrope. The olfactory base of “Kuhuyan” is cast from the legendary agarwood, which is also known as oud and presents a woody and spicy character. This is joined by pliable ambergris tones and a caramel-like tonka bean.
Kuhuyan reflects the dynamism, power and joy of those magnificent horses, but always in the context of their elegance and sophistication.
Head notes: Violet Leaves, Jasmine
Middle notes: Leather, Heliotrope
Base notes: Agarwood (Oud), Ambergris, Tonka Bean
I can't believe this scent is marketed for males. It is absolutely the scent for an elderly, matronly woman. Think of it as a bland, gourmand version of Shalimar. I can't detect any oud whatsoever. My wife won't even wear it. And she loves Shalimar. Yet one more reason for me to stay away from the PDM house. I've given them more than a chance (ie: wasted enough money on duds) and now it's over. I'm convinced that they are not for me. Buy this for your mother or gran and they will most likely adore it.