Khamrah EDP - Eau De Parfum Unisex 100ml(3.4 oz) | Vanilla Sweet Warm Spicy Woody | by Lattafa Perfumes
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Yes, it has a big gourmand heart, but there are so many spices and resins in it that Khamrah cannot be called truly sweet.
However, this is a separate big and painful topic, and now I want to explain how it happened that I undertook a review of a perfume that outwardly imitates the design of Angels' Share, and even a pyramid that seems to be trying to reach my favorite By Kilian fragrance. Khamrah Lattafa Perfumes can also tell stories. For children, it's prepared tales about Aladdin, genies, magic, and flying carpets. For adults, it recites stories from One Thousand and One Nights, Nur-ad-din, the beautiful and brave Mariam, about the insidious courtiers, dangerous robbers and dizzying adventures... But Angels' Share immediately goes to an alcoholic side – cognac in all its forms, and its sweetness is completely European in spirit and taste.
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In Khamrah Lattafa Perfumes there are no alcohol notes at all, it smells of dates, and the date note in it is so strong and obvious that it can be compared with the date of Rouge Sarây Atelier des Ors and certainly exceeds the date of Aziyade Parfum d'Empire and Dates Delight The House of Oud. True, it cannot compete with the most date-like in the world Jardins de Misfah Une Nuit Nomade, which is the pinnacle of dateness, andcannot be surpassed. Yes, this is a sweet perfume for lovers of sweet perfumes, however, Khamrah does not tyrannize with its sweetness, it remains affectionate and sweet, sophisticated and gentle.
I found myself using Khamrah regularly on those days when I especially crave comfort and serenity, alternating it with two other fragrances of personal pleasure: Dolcelisir L'Erbolario and Eau Lente Diptyque, about whichsomeday I will certainly write, although this is not a new fragrance.Khamrah doesn't make as much of a statement as most Arabian perfumes, but it's impossible to miss. And, of course, it is very strong and long lasting. Vanilla appears, bitter and strict, and then bitter-powdery tonka beans and salty-sweet myrrh follow.
The fact is that I tried Khamrah Lattafa Perfumes without even knowing what its bottle looked like. Among the samples of Arabic fragrances that one of the readers sent me was Khamrah. I liked it very much - a frank South, not even trying to flirt with Western tastes: fleshy dates and Arabic sweets, an abundance of beautiful spices, but at the same time without the obsessive suffocating sweetness that is often characteristic of Arabic perfumes.And that's when I realized that I needed to say something about Khamrah Lattafa Perfumes, despite the bottle, despite the attempt to imitate another perfume, all the more strange because Khamrah is quite original and attractive precisely because of its originality. And here we finally leave Angels' Share By Kilian to continue on the date route of Khamrah Lattafa Perfumes.