Black Oud Monotheme Fine Fragrances Venezia

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Black Oud Monotheme Fine Fragrances Venezia

Black Oud Monotheme Fine Fragrances Venezia

Rated 4.56 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
(9 customer reviews)

Black Oud Monotheme Fine Fragrances Venezia for women and men of Monotheme Fine Fragrances Venezia

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Monotheme Fine Fragrances Venezia has launched a new collection inspired by the Orient. The collection consists of four fragrances and it is named Black Label. The fragrances are available in black bottles crowned with black caps of the same design as the previous collection of classic Monotheme editions, Bio Collection and invigorating line Book of Citruses. Four oriental fragrances, belonging to the line Black Label, are aimed at both men and women. The scents are based on rich and opulent natural essential oils combined with carefully selected essences. The intention of their creators was to evoke the olfactory wealth of Orient.

BLACK OUD charms with citruses and spicy chords of paprika, which lead to the heart of the composition. The heart is dominated by contrasts—fragrant geraniums, warm and soft heliotrope, labdanum and clove. The base only highlights the oriental fairy tale with its warm chords of oud, amber and precious wood. Black Oud was launched in 2013.

9 reviews for Black Oud Monotheme Fine Fragrances Venezia

  1. :

    4 out of 5

    I have to disagree with several of the reviews here, I really like this, I get a nice balanced Amber/Oud drydown, the opening is a little punchy, but as it mellows it is so good, very soothing and distinctive, longevity and sillage are very good, exceptionally good value.

  2. :

    5 out of 5

    I tried this yesterday. Not very oud-y but really pretty nice. I liked it, musky and sweet but it didn’t strike me as a keeper. I may try it again before I buy it – that sometimes happens when I do more than one “try” I feel the love. And it’s not bad.

  3. :

    3 out of 5

    Hmmmm…there should be a lot to like here but sadly this misses the mark for me.
    Firstly I’m glad just to find Monotheme in stores, as these scents have alluded me for years now and finally I get to try them.
    Starts out with a peppery spice in the opening which for me was hugely promising but sadly doesn’t last long and the promise fades along with my hopes about this fragrance. There’s a definite labdanum and Amber vibe with a powdered floral feel and underpinned with woods. I have to say this just feels a little tired and slightly dated, almost granny like.
    I found the performance to be reasonably good and this brand are obviously of some quality for the comparitably low asking price.
    My verdict is that Black our is a perfectly good fragrance just not my bag and if you are looking for oud although it’s present I’d look elsewhere.

  4. :

    4 out of 5

    the worst of the black series. longevity and sillage non-existent. I smell only amber and labdanum 2 / 10

  5. :

    5 out of 5

    profumo meraviglioso e persistente almeno 8 ore sulla mia prima volta che l ho provato non credevo al mio naso praticamente quasi simile a tom ford noir ma con un prezzo super 14,9 eu. consiglio anche gli altri tre della serie Black Label sono uno migliore dell altro..

  6. :

    5 out of 5

    I tried this on today while out and about, I haven’t “worn” it properly yet but it is one I would like to explore further. It was being sold in Marks and Spencers in the UK at £22 for 100ml bottle.
    To my nose, in the bottle this is very oud-y and woody, with a pleasant soft warm amber and a slightly sweet floral – perhaps this is the labdanum – it is not a scent I am especially familiar with but based on the listed notes I am guessing that is what I am smelling. The geranium is also there but mild, gentle, taking a backseat.
    This smells fairy true to the bottle scent on my skin – I am quite fussy with ouds, some can be too much, overpowering, cold, and with a stale, musty smell. This one avoids this and soars into a light yet heady exotic sweet oud – not sweet like lollipops and fizzy drinks, more like sweet incense and soft spice. The amber adds a warm quality.
    This is a very nice composition, and one that I want to test properly when I get the chance.
    UPDATE: I bought this as the price was so good and have worn it a few times now.
    I find it a very gentle oud, an oud for westerners it is soft and not challenging at all. Quite powdery and rosy for the first couple of hours, with mild geranium and warm amber. After the first few hours this reminds me a lot of crabtree and evelyns nantucket briar, a little lighter and slightly rosier but it has many similarities on me. Longevity is about 8 hours with soft sillage.
    I have found that as the weather starts to turn warmer the rose note becomes more pronounced to me, I think this might actucally work better in spring /summer.

  7. :

    5 out of 5

    Very spicy, almost unisex. Delicious, affordable, subtle and intringuing! Go for it, absolutely!

  8. :

    5 out of 5

    I discovered Monotheme fragrances a few days ago and smelled 4 of them . This is the only one I find nice as I like cloves , amber and heliothrope . It cannot have the depth of old perfumes as it is brand new but more pleasant anyway than many lollipops and dirty patchouli bullets .
    It is very inexpensive : 15 € the big bottle .

  9. :

    5 out of 5

    This unisex scent makes me think of November evenings.
    Especially 5th November and bonfires.
    It doesn’t smell like Bvlgari Black, but makes me think about revisiting.

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