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MAJMUA ATTAR


MAJMUA ATTAR

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Paras Code: PAT11004

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INGREDIENTS Kadam Attar, Kewda Attar, Mitti Attar and Khus (Vetiver) Attar, in a base of fine Indian Sandalwood Oil

ORIGIN India

ABSTRACT

Majmua is one of the most revered fragrance ever created. The word Majmua itself has become so sought-after that sometimes any splendid attar or fine fragrance is alluded to as Majmua. Majmua attar was originally created by Mr. Ismail Mohammadali Attarwala, a master perfumer, who spent nearly two decades perfecting his creation. Majmua Attar is actually a combination of four different attars: kadam, kewda, mitti and khus. Each of these four constituent attars are derived through different extraction methods and then blended in the Indian sandalwood essential oil.

Kadam attar is described as reminiscent of both neroli and champaca, and seems to be the hardest to get in attar.
Kewda attar has a beautiful earthy, refreshing balsamic scent with hints of hyacinth and honey.
Mitti attar has an earthy and sublime aroma of rain-drenched baked earth.
Khus attar is green, full-bodied, softly sweet, earthy aroma with a hint of mint.

This makes the fragrance of Majmua quite complex but very evolving, the diverse notes come and go in the span of several hours. The attar doesnu2019t have any conventional top, heart or base note, but still it has a beginning, a middle and an end. With its magnificently complex and captivating fragrance, this attar is reminiscent of the beauty of the monsoon season, when the richly aromatic plant life of India springs to life and fills up the atmosphere with their invigorating aromas.

AROMATIC PROFILE

Top Note: Ethereal, sweet, delicate floral notes
Heart Note: Complex, floral, earthy notes
Base Note: Herbaceous-green, balsamic notes
Tenacity: Very high