Oud Abiyad is mid-way between Eastern and Western perfumes and is a good starting point to discover arabian perfumes and oudh world. Unmistakably Oudy but with a vibrant leathery character around gentle and sooth notes, Oud Abiyad means white oud and is clean and effective. the peppery citrus accord before the combination of leathery and woody notes make it stand out. It is suited to both ladies and gentlemen.
Aoud - agarwood oil
Aoud - agarwood oil
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Karim Al Maghrebi - London, UK
This was my very first AKAF Oud. It is a lovely, soft and sweet Oud with plenty longevity. Unmistakably Oudy but with a vibrant leathery character and some softer notes after a while. A definite must have from AKAF.
Khaled - Canada
GalileoFigaroMagnifico - Australia
I didn't actually buy this: it was included as a free sample in my order. (Thank you!) I actually like it better than some of the ones I purchased :) Softly woodsy and leathery, suitable for any occasion, season or sex. Great for times when a more animalic oud might not be appropriate. I find it very likeable.
Bitcoin Benji - The Best Country in the World, TEXAS
Very gentle, refreshing and crisp accord. The white pepper removes the pungent/sour citrus of the lemon, and the lemon softens the pepper, making it very soothing. The whole accord is grounded in the gentle musk, soft leather and aggressive sandalwood, which contrast well and become a fresh woodsy accord. Despite being the cheapest of the oud attars, it is my favorite scent from AFAK (I own total of 6 scents; 1 business class, 3 ouds, a white musk, and a Master Chef scent.) Will probably change once I experience many others, which I just ordered.
Kevan - United States
Very gentle. Probably a good jumping off point for AKAF, or Arabian fragrances in general. A peppery citrus topnote accord, followed by a leathery wood accord. That's about it. It's simple and effective. It dips your toes in the world of oud. Suitable for daytime wear and not likely to overwhelm or offend. The note list describes this pretty well, so if you like any of those listed, give this a shot.