Dedicated entirely to traditional Arab perfume making, this is a prestigious collection created from pure oud distillation.
Integrating luxurious styles with creativity, the name of each perfume has been linked to the ancient “Travel of Ibn Battuta” manuscript.

The tantalising smoky honey is tamed by the delightful caramel, fresh sheer musk and brittle jasmines. The result of such a clash of power and intoxicating sensuality is Mamluk’s delicate brutality. A scent of power and beauty, divinity and earthiness accented by vanillic amber and oudwood.

Top Notes

Italian Bergamot, Honey, Caramel Accord

Heart Notes

Jasmine, Osmanthus, Laostian Benzoin

Base Notes

Madagascar Vanilla, Oud from Laos, Buaya from Laos, Crystal Musk, Amber