Yes, Majnoon is a double oud scent but that’s just the tip of a pleasure mountain.
The story begins with the question: Why does coffee make us so inspired, especially when coupled to a lip-smacking blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, saffron and a good measure of pomegranate? Is it the arousal of a gourmandy longing?
As moments drift by, the story unfolds to more gradations of inviting tones, such as leather, tobacco and rose. The heart of the scent is crazy, and the madness in its genes is not a question of daring notes but rather a matter of magnetic appeal. Be warned, people around you will ask you what you’re wearing.
The base is built around two types of oud, from Thailand and India, cradled in a swirl of patchouli and incense, and wrapped in amber and vanilla.
Like the names suggest, the scent is a tribute to uninhibited passion and crazy inspiration.
Perfumer: Prin Lomros
Size: 50 mL / 1.92 Fl. Oz.
Perfume Concentration: 25%
Top notes: Pomegranate - Saffron - Clove - Nutmeg - Cinnamon - Coffee Absolute
Heart notes: Champaca - Rose - Leather - Tobacco - Tonka Bean - Nagarmotha
Base notes: Oud from Thailand (Trat) - Oud from India (Assam) - Patchouli - Amber - Incense - Vanilla
Made in UAE. Product will be shipped from Dubai, UAE.
It's a rose/oud perfume that uses very excellent naturals and it smells luxurious and buttery. A bit on the conservative side but might be the exact scent people want to use and entice each other with.
— Victor Wong, Zoologist Perfumes
Lovely fresh, peppery, green and clean oud. Style of blending is classy and reminds me of The Night from Fredrick Malle yet Azman smells different, more natural and with a friendlier clean oud in the base.
— Russian Adam, Areej Le Dore
Rose and oud are eternal lovers. This pair of notes is just magical, so it's interesting how the name of the scent connects to this timeless love affair. Like when two predestined lovers meet, and after the first kiss, they already feel that they will be together forever. The more the scent lingers on skin, the sexier it gets.
— Miguel Matos, Fragrantica columnist