Mysore Incenza is a frankincense amber with gourmand and woody attributes. It is part of Areej Le Doré‘s newly released 7th Collection.
Beauty and the Beast is a dark, sultry, occasionally gourmand, rose-oud fragrance that is part of Areej Le Doré‘s newly released 7th Collection.
Russian Adam‘s new Ambre de Coco, Malik al Motia, and Le Mitti (petrichor/rain) fragrances will be today’s focus. They are part of Areej Le Doré‘s Seventh Collection and The History of Attars series, though I want to stress that these ones are blended, mixed-material, sprayable eau de parfums, not concentrated soliflore attar oils. That said, several of the new releases, including today’s Malik al Motia jasmine-focused fragrance, incorporate the solifore floral attars, Gulab and Motia, so you might want to read Part II of ALD Attar series which describes their scent, if you haven’t already.
At the end of this review, I’ll briefly discuss the remaining four EDPs in the collection (Beauty and the Beast, Gul Hina, Mysore Incenza, and Al Majmua) and explain why I’m going to skip covering two of them.
Areej Le Doré will soon be offering a pre-order release of its 7th Collection, a continuation of its History of Attar collection and consisting of 7 sprayable, mixed material, and blended eau de parfums: Le Mitti; Beauty and the Beast; Gul Hina; Ambre de Coco; Mysore Incenza; Malik Al Motia; and Al Majmua. Given how quickly the sample sets sell out, I thought I’d share a few details with you about this Saturday’s launch.