The scent of Ibhaar will appeal to both men and women - men appreciate its woody dry trail with a spicy smoke cloud and women will want to flatter the sweet bitterness with echoes in roses.
Chords of oriental spice, dominated by cardamom, clove and spicy caraway, open this almost mysterious sounding concert. Its bitter citrus aria plays wormwood, to which is slowly added royal rose.
From a distance, there is a smoke of burning precious woods, the smoky aroma of which blends with a dry echo of tobacco leaves, which are in a trio with a soft-sounding scent of iris roots, blended with soft, gourmet vanilla.
In a bed of honey velvet ambergris, the herbal earthy patchouli dissolves with caressing tones of sandalwood and a creamy-sounding, warm-sweet tonal that smooths and softens the initial bitter trace.