From an absolute lyricism, Oud For Love embodies the burning passion, the ardent seduction. Sensual, enchanting, it transcends the senses and sublimates desire. Oud is one of the richest elements nature ever produced, resulting from a fortunate encounter between a mushroom and a rare wood essence: it is extracted from a precious and extremely rare resin (Agarwood) which comes from a not very widespread type of tree, the Aquilaria. For an optimum quality, the tree must be at least 15 years old before it can be distilled and before its essence can be collected drop by drop.
This precious bottle with burned glass has been designed by Thierry de Baschmakoff, a designer of luxury goods of international renown, and is sublimated with a 3-level solid chromed metal cap. This art object is presented in its elegant white box, embellished with a hot stamping, with its black velvet pouch and silver funnel.
- Top notes: Aldehydes, Syrupy Notes of Whisky, Coriander (4%), Saffron, Cumin.
- Heart notes: Tuberose, Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang, Iris Reconstitué, Clove.
- Base notes: Oud of Laos, Immortelle Absolute, Vetiver of Haïti (10%), Patchouli (6%), Soft Musk, Soft Amber, Absolute Cestrum, Hyraceum Infusion, Heliotrope, Caramelized Notes, Resinoid Tolu.
- Eau de Parfum: Women, Men.
- Apply as desired, to pulse points behind your ear, at the bottom of your throat, on your wrist, inside your elbow and/or behind your knee.
Alcohol Denat., Parfum/Fragrance, Aqua/Water, Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Cinnamate, Benzyl Salicylate, Cinnamal, Citral, Limonene, Eugenol, Farnesol, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone , Geraniol, Isoeugenol, Linalool, Bht.
Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. Please refer to the ingredient list on the product package you receive for the most up to date list of ingredients.
Bertrand Duchaufour’s now-legendary career began in the mid-80’s at the very center of the perfume universe, Grasse, where he trained as a new employee of the Lautier Florasynth group. In the quarter-century since, Duchaufour has become a true rock star of the niche perfume world- a creative dynamo whose only creative “limitation” of any kind is a refUnited Statesl to compromise on quality or vision. This commitment has lead to a career full of triumphs, bestsellers, and LuckyScent favorites, from Comme des Garçons Incense’s Avignon and Kyoto, to Amouage’s Jubilation XXV, to a 10-year run as L’Artisan’s “Perfumer in Residence,” an unprecedented honor that has borne countless fruits including Dzongkha, Nuit de Tubereuse, Timbuktu, Vanille Absoluement, and Fleur de Liane, amongst many others. While themes of wild, natural vegetation and animalic accords are often noted, Duchaufour seems unrestrained by any one style or trademark, opting instead to jump boldly into new challenges, which more often than not result in new successes. A true master of modern perfume, we here at LuckyScent are thrilled to bring his accomplishments directly to you.
For centuries, luxury has been synonymous with scarcity, quality, precision and inaccessibility. But little by little, it became popular, becoming more and more accessible and standardising the offer. The Different Company was born within this century, in a context where perfume lovers are turning away from the novelties of the big brands, which tend today to create juices intended to please the greatest number.
Based on this observation, The Different Company’s first creations appeared, developed by Jean Claude Ellena and Thierry de Baschmakoff. Not imposing costs or codes limits, exploring new territories, demanding excellence in raw materials and sillages, working with talented perfumers of international renown, expressing a signature luxury design: this is the vision of The Luxury Perfumery of The Different Company.