Discover Your Fragrance
Amouroud utilizes Oud in a new and creative ways when combined with a wide range of unique ingredients. Each member of the Amouroud family can exist in multiple fragrance categories due to their complex compositions. There are many different paths to chose from when exploring Amouroud and each one will bring you to a one of a kind treasure.
The oldest and most popular family of fragrance, florals lean to the feminine side and are described as sweet and romantic. Some are represented by a singular flower while others are composed of a medley of floral combinations. Roses, jasmine, gardenias, carnations, and orchids are some ingredients used in the top notes, transporting you to a garden of paradise.
A blend of musk and earthy notes, Oriental fragrances are seductive and mysterious. These rich combinations include ingredients like smokey vanilla, musk, amber, exotic florals and spices, as well as agarwood. Oriental fragrances balance heavy and light, bright and dark to create versatile and distinguished profiles.
Warm, crisp, and luxurious, spicy fragrances are brought to life by notes like cinnamon, ginger, cardamon, and pink pepper. These fragrances are perfect for both casual and formal events.
Earthy and warm, woody fragrances are both comforting and luxurious. Dry notes of sandalwood, birch, cedar, and moss are prominent ingredients that allow these fragrances to exude delicacy while remaining rugged and impactful. These complex creations are great for the workplace, a night out, or a cozy fireside evening.
Nature shines in these crisp refreshing creations, conjuring splashes of violet, flowing water, fresh grass, and mountain breeze. Citrus profiles fall under this category as well, composed of tangerine, lemon, and lime. Fresh fragrances contain a light spark of liveliness, setting them apart from the dense, heavier categories.
A more modern category of fragrance made popular in the 90’s. Described as an “Olfactory Dessert” Gourmand fragrances consist of edible notes, honey, vanilla, chocolate, and candy. The top notes are often blended with non edible notes such as patchouli and musk.