QUANTITY: Approximately 100ml Eau de Parfum
CONDITION: New, Boxed & Sealed
FRAGRANCE TOP NOTES: Frankincense, Labdanum Ciste, Coriander, Davana, Blackberry.
FRAGRANCE MIDDLE NOTES: Rose, Orchid, Honey, Bay, Cinnamon and Smoky Gaiac wood
FRAGRANCE BASE NOTES: Ambergris, Musk, Myrrh, Patchouli and Immortelle.
Unabashedly opulent. There is nothing minimal about this celebratory elixir and we couldn?t be happier about that. Let's face it, sometimes more is more. Jubilation XXV features the prized frankincense of the Sultanate of Oman, but this is not a meditative, stone cathedral type of incense fragrance. This is a lavish bazaar, packed to the brim with all of the treasures of 1001 nights. The silver frankincense weaves through burnished woods, luscious fruits and blood-warming spices. It teases the elusive rock rose and the ever-so-grand orchid and wraps itself around luxurious opoponax and amber.
The opening is sweet and honeyed, with a hint of bitterness that reminds us of the aftertaste that lets you know when a fruity liqueur is going to pack a wallop. (Fans of Frapin 1270 may want to join us in enjoying this deep and satisfying fruity booziness). As the scent mellows, it becomes richer and the wood notes become prominent. In spite of the litany of intense and dark-sounding notes, this never becomes gothic or moody. The aura is warm and velvety and extremely content, like you are leaning against a great golden lion who is purring like a race car.
This is designed for men, yet somewhere deep down inside we know there is no way the women of the world are going to let the guys keep something this fantastic all to themselves.
Each bottle is made from 24% French lead crystal adorned with 24 carat gold plated decoration, all conceived from ancient Arabian designs.
Amouage (meaning waves in Arabic) was created by His Royal Highness Sayyid Hamad bin Hamoud al bu Said of Arabia in 1983. The house is now internationally acclaimed for its rare and precious scents.