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Leather Oud (Firmenich) 293316

4.75 out of 5
(5 customer reviews)

$5.50$175.00

_LEATHER OUD_SDS_US_EN

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Odor Description – A blend of ingredients inspired by pure and natural oud. Smells of burning oud wood.

IFRA_EU CERTIFICATE

_LEATHER OUD_ALLERGENS – 26(PDF)_US_EN

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_LEATHER OUD_SDS_US_EN

CAS# N/A

Odor Description – A blend of ingredients inspired by pure and natural oud. Smells of burning oud wood.

IFRA_EU CERTIFICATE

_LEATHER OUD_ALLERGENS – 26(PDF)_US_EN

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2g, 5g, 25g, 60g, 200g

5 reviews for Leather Oud (Firmenich) 293316

  1. 5 out of 5

    james

    Primarily a Leather accord with a nice Oud bed. It’s wonderful on it’s own but add a nice musk base and some treatments and you got a full blown perfume. This one is potent and I would recommend diluting before using. I’m sure you will make many nice creations with this one due to it’s versatility.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Wyoming Park

    Hmmm. Smokey pooh. I find this one fecal. Not extremely strong but very present none the less. Its ok. And I think this warrants dillution of at least 50%. But, I have a hard time with Animalic materials so I would dilute this to 10% and possibly veil it with some sweet or creamy woody notes. Its very rich. Nice, but I prefer the cleaner oud type.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kristen Wegner

    This hit me hard with a memory of my first leather miniskirt at a party in Manhattan, and an amorous encounter in a broom closet. There is a subtle cushion of oud beneath an in-your-face layer of expensive leather. It is not quite fecal for me as some have said, but there is certainly something of indole-cattle-silage. It smells very expensive and cosmopolitan with a touch saffron absolute!

  4. 5 out of 5

    AustinMartin

    This is a really valuable leather component for me, in the saddle leather rather than black leather direction. Incredibly powerful, and doesn’t smell good at all until you dilute it considerably. It’s pleasant even on its own after you dilute it down enough. The animalic/stinky aspect is definitely there, but I find the leather aspect makes it more manageable than for example Oud Malaki or Oud Samrat which I haven’t yet been able to work into a blend without them stinking up the joint.

  5. fabio.conde

    Powerful oud, animalic and intriguing, when diluted it is perfectly ready for use.

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