If you love frankincense, you’re in for a real treat.
By popular demand and after countless requests, Oud Lubani
v2 is finally here!
Place a high quality frankincense tear on top of an ash-covered
live coal, and you will have one of the most therapeutic
But when it comes to frankincense essential oils or perfumes
with frankincense “notes”, you find that its just not the same.
Oud Lubani presents just about the most accurate scent
that captures the experience of burning a frankincense tear on
top of a slice of agarwood.
Three different frankincense products were used in crafting this
blend. Frankincense oil provides the bright citrusy top notes,
boasting a shimmery vibrant quality. Aged Dhoop (Ayurvedic
Indian frankincense) oil is the secret behind the wonderful
smokiness (it is the lack of this smokiness that sets
typical frankincense-inspired perfumes apart from the real
thing). And finally, actual molten frankincense
resin was infused into the blend, giving Oud Lubani a
three-dimensional quality that fully encompasses every aspect of
the frankincense burning experience.
An aged, dark and woody Indian oud anchors the vibrant and zesty
frankincense top notes. There are no barnyard notes here; by the
time the bright citrusy-balsamic frankincense begins to soften,
you only encounter the oud’s rich drydown of sweet golden hay,
spices, and creamy woods.
Far from the gloominess of an incense-laden cathedral or the
mind-numbing sharpness of straight frankincense essential oil,
Oud Lubani boasts the vibrant richness you would only encounter
in a lavish sultan’s private quarters.
Note: Since Oud Lubani contains real molten
frankincense oleoresin, the scent will vary when used in hot
or cold weather. When its warmer, the aroma will be stronger
and the frankincense will be more vibrant. When its cooler,
the frankincense note will be gentler and the oud will be
louder. In both cases though, the aroma is extremely
long-lasting (this is arguably the most long-lasting parfum
you will ever experience) because the molten frankincense
oleoresin acts as an excellent fixative.
The scent was very good almost with a hint of minty
coolness to it. I have some frankincense essential oils which
i acquired for aromatherapy and massage oil blending and i
dare say this perfume is even better than my those pure
If this is not the best smelling frankincense on the planet
then I don't know what is. Supposedly this is a black
frankincense resin that was melted into oud. It's mind
I just got back from a short holiday to Salalah, in time to
collect my Oud Lubani delivery. I've gotta say that this
frankincense is delicious and is the authentic stuff that
Salalah is famous for. Thanks, feels like I'm still on holiday
Y.H. (Saudi Arabia)
It arrived just 15 minutes ago and I'm already reeling in its
scent. This is the best mukhallat you've created since Oud
Chypre, in my opinion, and you're really allowed the incense
notes to breathe in this one, which makes all the difference.
The opening is almost fruity with all the lemony-piney incense
and the oud is still there in the background like a woody
censer. This is so good I ordered a second bottle.
Ok. Received my little BoJ (bottle of joy) yesterday. Taha,
you've done it again. Put some on yesterday afternoon and like
you said, I could still smell the frank after this morning's
shower. And I don't care -- it smells incredible. Wearing it
again today. I'm a happy guy. Thanks!
Been wearing this day after day after day. Can't get enough of
that frankincense/sandalwood/oud combo -- good thing I have a
2nd bottle on the way!
This frag is all-natural but because it's both oil- and
resin-based, it lasts. And lasts. I put some on late yesterday
afternoon; I could still smell the frankincense on my arms
after this morning's shower. Usually, I wouldn't want a scent
to linger for such a long time, but damn. This stuff's
I tried Oud Lubani, as soon as I put it on, I immediately
remembered your description of theraputic, which is very
appropriate. The blending of the different frankincense's is
amazing, and I love the journey from citrus to smokiness to
creamy woods. This one is very different from your other
mukhallats and I love it. Another great addition to the