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Oud Maleki (Firmenich)

4.75 out of 5
(4 customer reviews)

$5.75$225.00

Out of Stock until Dec- may improve… (updated Oct 5)

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Firmenich Product Code 283526

Odor Description – Woody and animalic; very strong and long lasting, especially regarding the typical woody animalic facet of oud. Can be used as a fixative. Firmenich describes this as powdery, musky and woody with a reinforcing rosy effect.

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_OUD MALEKI_SDS_US_EN

Firmenich Product Code 283526

Odor Description – Woody and animalic; very strong and long lasting, especially regarding the typical woody animalic facet of oud. Can be used as a fixative. Firmenich describes this as powdery, musky and woody with a reinforcing rosy effect.

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4 reviews for Oud Maleki (Firmenich)

  1. 4 out of 5

    jamie1obrien

    Successfully gives an oud ‘vibe’ but I’m a little disappointed because it’s smells a little too much like Black Agar Givco 215/2. To be honest it smells about equal to my own ‘oud’ creations in which I use Black Agar, other oud AC’s, musk, and animalic AC’s. Don’t get me wrong, it smells good and definitely works as an oud note. In fact I recommend it!, but I guess I was expecting something more authentic to real oud for some reason.

  2. 5 out of 5

    William

    I wholly disagree with the previous review, Oud Maleki to Black agar Givco is like apples to oranges. Maleki is very close to real oud with the barnyard and fecal facets even more than Samrat (of which is closer to cashmeran despite containing more assafi). For the price Oud Maleki is good value and this type of material can be a gateway to you trying real oud in your fragrances.

  3. 5 out of 5

    elliot sharples

    An amazing product. Just enough barnyard, but not too much to make it unpleasant.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dan (the man)

    I get the Black Agar note too. Makes sense since black agar is an oud AC. Oud can really vary depending on origin and growing conditions. This one smells like some oud I own, so I’d say, ‘Yup!’, try it in your formula. Use it in your formula!

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