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Oud Samrat (Firmenich)

4.33 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)

$12.50$125.00

OUD SAMRAT_SDS_US_EN

Firmenich Code 283527

Description: This complex specialty imparts complexity to ambery, woody-animalic facets with elegant natural oud endurance.

Contains OUD ASSAFI™ @ 1.2%
Meaning: SAMRAT means “Imperial” in Indian language

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Description

OUD SAMRAT_SDS_US_EN

Firmenich Code 283527

Description: This complex specialty imparts complexity to ambery, woody-animalic facets with elegant natural oud endurance.

Contains OUD ASSAFI™ @ 1.2%
Meaning: SAMRAT means “Imperial” in Indian language

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2g, 5g, 10g, 25g

3 reviews for Oud Samrat (Firmenich)

  1. 5 out of 5

    AustinMartin

    I’m giving this five stars because it performs powerfully and has a well-rounded scent, not because I find it pleasant. This has a powerful animalic stink that I personally don’t find sexy or easy to work with. Leather Oud is also pretty stinky but unlike Samrat, once it is diluted and mixed into a blend, it leans towards the pleasant, cowboy leather aspect of “barnyard.” I will say this is worth doing some experiments with, and if you’re looking for funk it’s worth trying. But it’s certainly not a clean appealing barnyard like the one real agarwood example I’ve been able to get my hands on.

  2. 4 out of 5

    jamie1obrien

    I think this one is very reminiscent of either Norlimanol or Amber Xtreme (can’t quite place it) and an undefined animalic musk. It is powerful and long lasting. It’s a good oud note but lacks something ‘resinous’ and ‘smoothness’ found in genuine oud. I actually prefer Firmenich ‘s Oud 10760 E to this but hey that’s just opinion.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sal Barone

    Powerful, long lasting. Has a nice round, musky, powdery side to it that helps balance the more anamalic side. But beware, that side is a beast. Pairing this with softer materials might help. I find the top note of this has a bit of stink to it, but it tends to settle later in the dry down. I’d suggest finding bright top notes to mask some of the anamalic opening. But fascinating material.

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