Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Oud oils and Perfumes



Oud oil is extremely rare and precious natural oil obtained from agarwood tree. Here in the United Arab Emirates, oud oils and perfumes are very popular. Like bakhoor, it is commonly used as household fragrant but there are body oils and perfumes too.

Photos shown above were taken a month ago at Abdul Samad Al Qurashi in Khalifa Street.

Word of the day: attar is the arabic word for perfume.Salaam!

7 comments:

  1. The perfume of Araby!



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  2. Oh I love the bottles they use for perfumes. I don't use any no more as I have gotten allergic somehow.

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  3. I'm not a fan of perfumes and aromatic oils but it's the bottles! Just looks at them, very rare!

    AL

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  4. Woooooooow I would love to have some Misalyn! Are those the ones sold with those gorgeous bottles? Wow!

    Steven^^

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  5. The displays remind «Louis» of the Sephora store on the Champs-Élysées in Paris.

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  6. I love those items!
    How lovely bottles!
    B xx

    Thanks for your interesting comments on my blog!
    I always appreciate them!!
    So wise and true!

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  7. in Dutch the word oud means old. Thnx for learning us some arab too!

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