Ensar Oud EO1 Review

by Therapeutic Fragrance

SCORE: 95

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Who? I See Wearing the Fragrance

Ensar Oud

Where? I Use the Fragrance

When? The Season I Use the Fragrance

All Year Long

What? Occasions or Events I Use Fragrance

Perfumer:

Ensar Oud

#eo1

How? I Apply the Fragrance

1 to 7 sprays

I have now smelled other fragrances trying to copy this scent. But there is no copying perfection. It comes down to the olfactory goodness that makes up the juice. This I would call my signature scent. This is what they say as suiting up, dressing to the nines, as my grandma would say you clean up nicely. Whatever your term this is getting your fragrance on. All my fragrance checkboxes are checked, no mood scent here. This people is how I want to smell. This is the culmination of composition I want to be projecting in my life. Oud check Rose check Floral animalica check Leather check Non offensive check Modern check Classic check Beard/Hair worthy check Mind shifting check The top.is an Oriental floral our affair. Nobody trying to out shout each other for attention. Rather each note saying compliments to the others and lifting them up to be a beautiful song to the nose. Everyone admiring each of their strengths and pulling together to enhance the atmosphere you sit in raising up into the air just giving and giving. Toake this pop on an evening I will put it on top of a dry down of one of.my favorite ouds. You definitely don't need to it just lets the fragrance shout that much more due to the oil on top of your skin. I said in the sultan leather attar video that I would pick the attar over perfume and everyone my apologies. I can't pick they are both equally important in my collection. Glad to own both. The perfume gives off a more even spillage, bit the deep medicinal whiffs of attar I would not give up. The perfume is more for others to enjoy than yourself, but don't hear that wrong you will also fully enjoy the wearing of this. The days you choose this fragrance will be great days indeed. If you want something that turns the day around this is it. The heart is where the musky dry down starts to show up as to all the characters who were up running around all.of a sudden sit down. But sit.down to share a deeper conversation of their quality. Synthetics can only copy phases of this the difference is the quality of.raw ingredients in this. They change with you throughout the day, whether it is hot cold what activity your doing. The characteristics of the perfume change and different parts play to your nose it's just something synthetics can't do. They offer one great note and it doesn't change. It gets boring like playing one note in a song. The fragrance features lavender, taif rose, jasmine, rose, white rose, ylang-ylang, agarwood (oud), cambodian oud, sandalwood, oakmoss and tobacco

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Perfumer's Notes:

Bottle Presentation

Company:Ensar Oud
Perfumer:Ensar Oud
Pricing:$7.90/fluid ml
Country:Jordan
Year:2018
Sex:Masculine
Hashtag:#eo1

Therapeutic Fragrance Score Chart

E01

Addictiveness
& O.G. Factors
15/15
Projection & Sillage 5/5
Longevity 5/5
Composition 22/25
Ingredients
& Price per ML
25/25

FRAGRANCE

TOP: 10/10
HEART: 3/5
BASE: 10/10

SCORE: 95

“Collection Worthy!!!”

24 comments

    1. Mazhar, the Pure parfume version would last longer than this one, especially with the ambergris tincture. This one would give you up to 8-10 hours, that's what I got on my wearings. Some have gotten much longer on their skin.

  1. Get a tester of EO Parfum. It'll blow your mind. You thought this one was good… the parfum is about 20 levels above the EDP. Get it while you can. I definitely recommend it.

  2. Fragrantica is very inaccurate with the actual notes or ingredients that are in this and in fact, tea is not one of the ingredients that Ensar used for this fragrance. Here is the actual list of ingredients per Ensar's website:

    Top notes:
    Rosewood, Lavender, Siam Wood, Nutmeg, Castoreum

    Heart notes:
    Thai Crassna, Himalayan, Turkish, French and Edward Rose, Jasmine, Tolu Balsam, Civet

    Base notes:
    Wild Aged Assamese Oud, Ambergris, Vintage Papuan Sandalwood, Tobacco, Vanilla, Treemoss, Ethiopian Frankincense

    Regardless, this is without question the best fragrance I have ever had the pleasure of smelling.

    1. Thanks for this update. Fragrantica is about what the community as a whole picks up notes as. I and a lot of others like it for this reason. The power of the crowd. My version of EO1 Ensar did not have notes listed or I would of used his. I always use the perfumers notes first, then fragrantica, then basenotes if not there. As I sample a lot of indie and out there house I run into this a lot. This is a reference to what's out there and why I include it. My section labeled talk is me blind before any research is done. More info than probably wanted just wanted to be clear, how I do it.

      Also I can't verify that I had the same formulation of notes as listed above as Ensar does update each batch. This is perfect for those buying now.

    1. Regards to the two versions of Eo1 I bought mine before PP. I have not tried it. I have layered my EO1 with various ambergris tinctures out of curiosity and of course adds to the fragrance even some really nice white stuff I have. Everyone adds a great air to it. I am very happy with my Eo1 as it is. If you want my advice chase down the new Tigerlust he is selling the 9.5 for almost the same price per ML as the 50ML. It is all of his best work in one perfume.

    2. @Therapeutic Fragrance Well I got my EO1 bottle and I gotta say – quality of ingredients is amazing, that much is instantly evident. I can see why you like this Brandon and how you could call it your signature – I think it suits your style.

      Now I've only spent one day with it and will absolutely give it more wearings but I'm really not feeling this sweaty horse saddle smell… and I'm not that confident to smell like this in public. I'll tell you this much – I got noticed. I wore 1 spray today and I had a good amount of people do a double-take as I walked by them. I don't think this is for me.

    3. Did you get an original bottle? Sweaty horse is a little off to me. I get the saddleback leather for sure. Exactly like the case smell if you got that. Would like to know if it is a decant or a bottle crimped from Ensar.

    4. @Therapeutic Fragrance ok… my bad, I may be putting too much emphasis on the sweaty bit and I need to spend some more time with it. I've got a full bottle of the 2019 EDP, it's the same as the one you have with the open bottom leather, I've got it with the retail box. I'm sure it's legit. The bottle's leather wrap smells really good – similar to the fragrance when I compare then side by side. Now that you mentioned that…. I don't really know why I'm stressing over it. I'm going to up the sprays and give it more wearings.

    5. I haven't smelled the quality of PDP myself I am still waiting. I am curious if he used a grey ambergris. I have heard people reporting that grey ambergris sometimes puts of a clay mud like aroma. I personally don't quite get it that thick. This is Baikal Gris that I'm referring to. Not sure Ensar has ever eluded to the quality of Ambergris or not. I am still trying to get unlisted info on Tigerlust.

    1. Therapeutic Fragrance certainly not going to purchase it anytime soon really. Now the GBP to USD rate has fallen so much because of the pandemic. I just need to be patient ????????

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