Along with the latter and Oud Fleur, Tobacco Oud is part of the brand-new “Oud Collection”. And in case you were wondering, any resemblance with Tobacco Vanille – a firm favorite in the Private Blends – is most emphatically not coincidental, since Tobacco Oud was composed by the very same perfumer, Olivier Gillotin.
Here, the vanilla is ousted by – obviously – oud. The tobacco accord is less of a mellow pipe tobacco though it retains the delectable almondy inflection of tonka. Instead, it was inspired by “dokha”, a traditional “blend of herbs, flowers and spice-laden tobacco”. And a heady blend it is, matching the fragrant smokes of oud resin and aromatic tobacco, with none of the side effects…
If you’ve been hankering for a darker, sultrier, woodier version of Tobacco Vanille, or like to tame your oud with a touch of sweetness, a whiff of this might turn your head: it’s one of Mr. Ford’s most addictive offerings to date.
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