Arabian Diamond M. Micallef

3.33 из 5
(6 отзывов)

Arabian Diamond M. Micallef

Arabian Diamond M. Micallef

Rated 3.33 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

Arabian Diamond M. Micallef for men of M. Micallef

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Arabian Diamond is a fragrance for men from M. Micallef, which blends the freshness of citruses with woody aromas. It opens with the notes of bergamot and star anis, followed by the floral heart of rose, geranium, ylang-ylang and agar. The base is composed of cedar, sandalwood, oakmoss, ambergris, Gurjun balm and musk.

it is available as 30 and 100 ml EDP. Arabian Diamond was launched in 2009. The nose behind this fragrance is Jean-Claude Astier.

6 reviews for Arabian Diamond M. Micallef

  1. :

    3 out of 5

    I loved this perfume right away. I got a 100ml. flacon as a gift to a 350+ € acquisition of perfumes at “First at Fragrance”. little did I know it would be such generous but also fantastic gift. Often you hear people complain about “the rose-oudh-combi” blah blah blah. I can not imagine what they have against it bc I love it. Especially when it is exceptionally well done, like here with Micallefs “Arabian Diamond” and the haute “Oudh Infini” of Parfums Dusita but also in various Montales: “Louban”, then [apparently without oudh but with mysore sandelwood] “Attar” and “Aoud purple rose”. like with this perfume if you inhale deeply you get sheer heaven of a rose grounded in oudh. Fabulous.

  2. :

    3 out of 5

    Perfume is very cool and remarkably
    Many people ask about the smell

  3. :

    3 out of 5

    My beautiful companion for nights.
    So rich because of the oud.
    Starlike and warm.
    Difficult to describe.

  4. :

    3 out of 5

    it reminded me of a cheap “itar”. very common smell. it was a disappointment for me.(tested on tester paper strip)
    after a month : ok , after about month, i can still smell fragrance on the paper strip (now it feels nice and not cheap). i remember that the guerlain strips i tested with this one lost their fragrance after 5-6 days max.

  5. :

    5 out of 5

    I had the chance to compare it to several Montales. I would pick this one every day. Expensive stuff! 🙁

  6. :

    3 out of 5

    Right out of the sample vial, the first things I smell are saffron, a tiny hint of oud, and sharp, sharp florals. Oh, no. Can that be my old nemesis, lily-of-the-valley? They wouldn’t put that in an oud perfume, would they? Off to the official notes and other reviews. Yes, it is indeed LOTV, and a whopping big bunch of it. My first impulse was to cross this one off the potential love match list, but decided to give it a chance to develop and maybe eventually be liked. I’m glad I gave it a chance.
    Fortunately the rose is strong enough to grapple with the LOTV, not overcoming it, but at least managing to get in the corner of the picture and engage in a struggle that takes a full hour. After that, it just gets better and better, progressing from a floral, woody, resinous amber to a woody, musky amber. This is an extremely well-crafted perfume, and after following the entire evolution of the scent I understand that the bright, sharp notes at the beginning perfectly symbolize the cold sparkle of a diamond, but it turns out to be a diamond in a lavishly decorated warm gold setting, not a simple and boring platinum band.
    Sillage is moderate, and the scent lasts a full 12+ hours and is still on clothing the following day. Arabian Diamond is the perfect example of a scent that I would have rejected immediately based on its top notes, but that turned into something that I enjoy so much that I actually ordered a 10 ml mini from the Micallef website. Kudos to them for offering their perfumes in amounts that are affordable and that I can deal with. I never thought I’d fall for a perfume that contained LOTV, but I did.

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