by Aminath Ifasa
  • 1 minute read
  • January 26, 2021
This Musc-Have Narciso Rodriguez Fragrance Embodies The Aroma Of The Middle East

What does the Middle East’s olfactory heritage smell like? It’s marked by the coming together of rich cultural traditions and the art of perfumery. Narciso Rodriguez’s musc collection gives a nod to this mellifluous blend, drawing inspiration from Middle Eastern fragrances that feature some of the most sumptuous ingredients in the world.

Launched this year, the brand’s latest launch, Patchouli musc eau de parfum intense, is a modern reinterpretation of the classic scent that transcends gender, with an enrapturing sillage that’s perfect for the regional palate.

Think about stepping inside a room filled with the musty, earthy aroma of Indonesian patchouli, paired with elegant vanilla and the evocative scent of musc, all with a woody edge. The composition is further enhanced by spices and the sweetness of a white floral bouquet.

Perfumer Jordi Fernandez used patchouli dried leaves with cider apple and magnolia flower to create this rich fragrance, which has been enhanced by the brand’s signature musc. The resulting composition is exquisitely dressed in a gold-painted bottle that has been signed by Narciso Rodriguez.

“The profound sensuality of Narciso’s signature musc, combined with the rich complexity of patchouli, creates the perfect balance between seduction and strength, which is Patchouli musc eau de parfum intense,” Jordi said in a statement.

The delicious perfume is dedicated to fragrance connoisseurs with an appreciation for precious ingredients and Narciso’s love of beauty, grace and purity. Have you tried it yet?

Images courtesy of Narciso Rodriguez.

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