Having ordered a different perfume, Swiss Arabian sent a box of samples without additional cost on my part that contained Inara Oud. It was exactly what I was looking for. Inara Oud has a distinct scent that some liken to baby powder, but to me, smells nothing like it. All in all, the Inara Oud smells like something that will definitely stand out in a crowd for all the right reasons. It's long-lasting and smells great in a Middle-Eastern-type way!
This is an absolutely gorgeous scent.. this was a blind buy and i am so glad i got it... sweet but not cloyingly so. Reminds me of shaghaf oud but more toned down. Certainly signature scent worthy in my opinion. Ordered a backup bottle cos i know i will be reaching for this regularly.
A good option for ladies who are new or just wanting light handed oud. The scent I think would be appealing to most people as the oud here is well blended with vanilla which lingers quite a long time with coziness.
This was formulated for those of us who enjoy a good woodsy gourmand. There is a burst of oudwood at very forefront, then it layers out into (like whiffing a bag of Brach's Royal Taffies with the fruit flavors in the middle) to my love affair with Raspberry Gonesh incense, then mellows out into a cool sweet caramel that stays close to your skin. Masterfully crafted for those of us who seek out the multilayered, oriental Gourmand woods. The smell evolves through the day, and my little kids love the smell on me. Great job on this one.
I love Inara Oud. It reminds me of Shaghaf Oud (saffron) and Florence (sweet vanilla) Similar dry down, sillage, and longevity. The scent is gourmand sweet. This was actually a blind buy bundle purchase. I’m happy I made the purchase. Both Inara and Inara Oud smells nice, however I love Inara Oud more. I’m going to try layering the two perfumes to create a different scent. I’ve also purchased Crystal Rose and Queen which are also lovingly sweet.