Areej Le Dore Russian Oud Attar Review and Score

by Therapeutic Fragrance


Don’t wait: Collection Worthy

Who? I See Wearing the Fragrance

Winston Churchill

Where? I Use the Fragrance

When? The Season I Use the Fragrance

All Year, skip the hottest of days

What? Occasions or Events I Use Fragrance


Russian Adam


Price Per Millileter

125 3ML

Perfume Classification


How? I Apply the Fragrance

One to Three Swipes for me

Areej Le Dore - Russian Oud - Attar

Bottle presentation

$125 3 Grams (SOLD OUT) Maybe aftermarket. Just throwing out the original price. Russian Oud is a gourmand oud perfume, built around high quality agarwood oil distilled by Russian Adam, according to an old traditional way…yet with a unique twist.Top notes: multilayered Choco Borai oud oil distilled by Russian AdamHeart notes: Indian oud, Russian castoreum, and cocoa extract; Siberiandeer musk maceration, derived from a gigantic musk podBase notes: guggul resinoid, Indian myrrh, labdanum, birch tar, sandalwood, and cedarwood

Fragrance Quick Story

Edit: He is remaking them, so I’m putting this review out there.OK, in my opinion, some things in this collection should be sacred, to be purchased and treasured when they are available, knowing that they might not be available forever.  I do hope this gets remade, however, so others can enjoy it. So far, everything that had donned the word “Russian” was above and beyond. I mean Masterpieces. Peruse my channel: I am very careful with that word, but when I use it, I will do it loudly.  That being said, everything “Russian” should notate that this is one-of-a-kind, just get what you can.  Hopefully there will be 10ml options to share the love. OK, moving on.I am lucky to own this in the attar form.  I found Russian Adam about a week after the perfume sold out. It wasn’t until a year after that the attar version was released, and I jumped on it.Some parts of Oud Luwak are comparable to Russian Oud, but I don’t own the perfume, only the attar, so I can only speak based on my experience with the attar. We can call this the refined Oud Luwak.  It doesn’t have that cinnamon thing that drove me nuts in Oud Luwak.  Alright, this thing is a beauty.  How do I own the perfume? is the thought I have to beat out of my head.  I’ve now got Oud Luwak up for trade.Russian Oud is a beauty through and through.  There is just softness, loudness, refinement, grunginess all at the same time.  This attar can be a lot of things all at once. This is James Bond in a bottle. Ready to fire and take down any enemy, step in and play his opponent with his mind, or steal the show at the evening event with his tux.Chocolate love at its best.Trying to hold back, but 90 minutes in, this is just one of those fragrances that changes the day.  This is why I wear perfume; to have experiences like this. Experiences comparable to nothing else without this luxurious smell I have never had before.

Fragrance in my opinion compared to Perfume’s Notes

Dark chocolate fans rejoice; it comes out singing.  A true cacao note in the composition that comes off like Ecuadorian dark chocolate with fruity top notes.  I’m talking about the fruity notes you smell from dark chocolate, if