Almas Boadicea the Victorious

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Almas Boadicea the Victorious

Rated 3.71 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)

Almas Boadicea the Victorious for women and men of Boadicea the Victorious



Almas by Boadicea the Victorious is a Woody fragrance for women and men. Almas was launched in 2012. The nose behind this fragrance is Christian Provenzano. Top notes are pineapple, coriander, cassis, artemisia, saffron and cardamom; middle notes are turkish rose, geranium, neroli and indian jasmine; base notes are suede, agarwood (oud), cedar, sandalwood, patchouli, moss, vanilla, white musk and amber.

7 reviews for Almas Boadicea the Victorious

  1. :

    3 out of 5

    Really like this one and it’s on buy list. The pineapple is mixed with smokey Oud, roses, and spices. Very elegant, unique and leans masculine.

  2. :

    4 out of 5

    Almas is a masterpiece! A pure addicting suede, infused with layers of oud, rose, sweet vanilla, warm amber & sandalwood….Each note turns over perfectly into the next. Encompassing one in a world of beauty, depth, warmth & comfort. Suede, I never knew you can be so beautiful! Definitely masculine. Definitely feminine. Definitely for me and you. Thank you Christian Provenzano for Almas!

  3. :

    5 out of 5

    Pure and simple
    Born in a World where love survives
    Pure and simple
    You lucky, lucky thing.”
    Before ‘Almaaz’ (or ‘Almas’ – transliteration issues) meant three things to me.
    One is the gorgeous song by Randy Crawford. Another is the star in the constellation of the Charioteer that goes dim for a couple of years every 23 years or so. Thirdly, a ship of that name got involved in some diplomatic incident or other a long long time ago … you’ve got to be very heavily into history to know anything more than that about it, it was so minor an incident.
    And now it means a fourth thing – it’s the name of this perfume.
    I was going to get Green Sapphire, but I was introduced to this one at the last moment. The two are very similar, being different only in particular detail. I mean like when two paintings done in a certain very distinctive style are different only in what particular landscape each is of.
    There is actually another oudy perfume available at the place where I got this – Blue Sapphire, but to my mind that is a different style as well as a different particular landscape. It happens not to appeal to me in the way the first two do, but I would not venture that it is innately inferior. Others may well prefer it, and no doubt do.
    I am not a great notes-analyst, so really I cannot review this further except by expanding yet more on the virtues of the oud note as I perceive it. There is a notes-analysis type review below, and mine could not be other than inferior to it.
    So I’ll do that then! These two perfumes – GS and this one have brought me a very very long way from finding the oud note dubious; although it does transpire that there have been occasions when I have enjoyed it without realising that I was doing, and I suspect there may be many others. I cannot quite get over the ‘trick’ that is pulled here – and in GS: the way that it is not so much that the skank is not there anymore, but that it is now actually the CAUSE of the fragrance being such a sparkling and tinkling one, like drops of crystal water plinking into a crystal pool, rather than it being that kind DESPITE the oud note.
    I think this oud stuff is determined never to let us forget that it originates in rot! No matter what bouleversement that funk of rotten-ness might undergo by virtue both of its own intrinsic glamour, and the acrobatics that the parfumier coaxes it into performing for us, it never quite quite completely surrenders its ultimate identity and lineage.
    It seems I’ve become yet another oud poet, sighing and waxing lyrical about it! I’m sure the world has more than enough already!

  4. :

    3 out of 5

    تجربة ملكية فريدة الماس
    اسم على مسمى العطر الأقرب له تورك عود من نفس الدار
    يستحق ثنمه الباهض
    small rose tukish pineapple and leathery oud
    For scent like torc oud

  5. :

    3 out of 5

    This really is like being in the presence of angels. The roses are so heavenly, the sandalwood so cosy and comforting, and the vanilla childlike and carefree. It’s as if a little cherub in tiny little suede moccasin booties says googoo gaga and everyone else in the room coos ‘aah, what a sweet baby’. I wish that everyone could experience the joy I get from this bottle. It’s unparalleled. Normally I like dark animalic leathery shockers that make one want to aherm touch onesself, but this is nothing of the sort. Whatsoever. This is such a magnificent experience, really it is very much a special opportunity to imbibe these truly precious ingredients, drawing them through your grateful nose to nourish your body and soul. But the best thing about this fragrance isn’t the twinkling top notes that sparkle like a set of chimes, the floral hello from the rose, the tilt of the suede hat, the slow nod from accross the room of the oud or the melody of the pineapple carried on the air. It’s the truly astonishing metamorphosis this all takes when not skin but fabric plays host to the celestial party. For this seems to end quite quietly and politely on the skin, whereas on fabric it just takes on a life of its own and displays characteristics completely unbelievable in their beauty: woody, but indescribably nuanced and untreelike and unwooden, this new unexpected facet is opulent, vanillic, enveloping, delicious, enchanting. And long lasting! I bury my nose into coats I liberally doused which still smell phenomenal and share this quality by imparting this same beautiful aura to the other clothes in the wardrobe it touches. I can’t gush enough about this perfume. I would drink it with a straw. I would shoot it straight into a vein. In moments of deep despair this beautiful composition gives hope and a renewed joie d’vivre. Magic. People often resort to hyperbole to describe scents they like for lack of a vocabulary of more appropriate terms, but I assure you there is no hyperbole in this review and this is a masterpiece.

  6. :

    4 out of 5

    Say whatever you want about this perfume, but it is so unabashedly copied fro middle eastern market; I guarantee you will find the SAME scent for £16 at petrol stations across the U.A.E. I repeat THE SAME SCENT….Thanks to Allah for Samples, otherwise I would be choking mercilessly if this was a blind buy!!!

  7. :

    4 out of 5

    There are no words for this. Gorgeous understated rose gives way to a dry down of heaven, which lasts almost forever on fabric or paper. This is jolly expensive but worth every penny; it would suit literally every occasion. Magnificent.

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