Embrace the enchanting atmosphere of the night with a fragrance that captivates the senses and leaves a lasting impression. Lattafa Badee Al Oud Oud Of Glory eau de parfum is a fragrance that embodies elegance and refinement. This scent is perfect for everyday wear, allowing you to indulge in the finest fragrances that last all evening. The aroma is a perfect blend of exotic oud and warm amber, creating a harmonious balance that is both sophisticated and inviting.
- luxurious, warm, woody fragrance
- created for both men and women who appreciate the finer things in life
- perfect for winter and fall evenings
Composition of the fragrance
Experience the epitome of timeless elegance with this luxurious fragrance that combines the rich and fiery notes of piquant pink pepper and zesty bergamot at the top. The heart of the fragrance is a delicate and sophisticated blend of fragrant Turkish and Bulgarian roses, along with the intoxicating and alluring aroma of sensuous jasmine. The base notes of precious oud, warm amber, and velvety vanilla add a touch of inviting warmth and seductive sensuality to the fragrance, creating a captivating and refined scent.
Story of the fragrance
Lattafa Parfums" have been designed by Sheikh Shahid Ahmad since 1982. As a highly respected visionary, Mr. Sheikh had a dream of creating high-quality perfumes for regional customers in the Middle East. Each scent from Lattafa describes the same energy and is an inspiration to reveal this passion every day.
Montblanc was founded back in 1906 in Hamburg, Germany, as a company producing luxury pens. Montblanc was founded by three men – Voss, Nehemias, and Eberstein, who created one of the most luxurious and exclusive brands of all time.
For many years, Montblanc focused only on high-quality writing implements and accessories, but over time they added other products, including their very original perfumes. Today, the firm is very active when it comes to charitable causes, fighting illiteracy and unequal access to education, and operates 66 shops worldwide, from its home town of Hamburg to Bombay and Brisbane.