Bakhoor Al Salam Spray Perfume (100ml) by Nabeel

$12.95

As intense as her khol lined eyes. As powerful as a jet black stallion. Bakhoor Al Salam is a fragrance that speaks of the deepest passions in the stillest of souls. Titillating top notes of oud, red pepper and rose, trilling middle notes of jasmine, cedarwood and cashmere, and tempting base notes of raspberry, musk and sandal come together in one potion to tantalize all of the senses. Ensconced in the darkest vial, encased in a dark box embellished with gold, the packaging says just enough about the secrets it holds.

Volume: 100 ml

Spray Perfumes

Fragrance Notes

TOP NOTES: Oud, Saffron, Red Pepper, Rose Damascene
MIDDLE NOTES: Orris, Jasmine, Spicy Notes, Cedarwood, Cashmere
BASE NOTES: Amber, Raspberry, Musk, Sandal, Musk, Precious Woods
OLFACTIVE FAMILY: Woody, Spicy, Oriental, Amber

Packaging Details for bulk orders

Quantity per carton: 6 Dozen
Weight of carton: Approx. 27.900 kg
Carton dimension: 54x36.5x50.5
CBM: 0.09954

Customer Reviews

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Leonard Blinov
Bakhoor Al Salam

The composition is reach and beautiful, masculin and a truly oriental, but I expect more sillage and long. for a parfume

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patrick corrigan
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Though I was intrigued by the title (and bottle) of 'Bakhoor al Salam', in the end I feel it deserves a 3-star "like". It starts off with a blast of rose, which fades abruptly to expose a spicy-fruity heart with sweet blossoms beneath. The blending is very nice, and I am reminded a bit of a light version of 'Tajebni' (by the same house) but unfortunately the base beneath this one is rather light, and the whole perfume is mostly gone at the 6-hour mark. Nice, and I'll use up my bottle, but I wouldn't re-buy.

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Based on 2 reviews
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Leonard Blinov
Bakhoor Al Salam

The composition is reach and beautiful, masculin and a truly oriental, but I expect more sillage and long. for a parfume

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patrick corrigan
nice

Though I was intrigued by the title (and bottle) of 'Bakhoor al Salam', in the end I feel it deserves a 3-star "like". It starts off with a blast of rose, which fades abruptly to expose a spicy-fruity heart with sweet blossoms beneath. The blending is very nice, and I am reminded a bit of a light version of 'Tajebni' (by the same house) but unfortunately the base beneath this one is rather light, and the whole perfume is mostly gone at the 6-hour mark. Nice, and I'll use up my bottle, but I wouldn't re-buy.