Khamrah fragrance notes

    • vanilla, spices, woods

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I've previously commented that one of the things I love about perfume is that inexpensive purchases can be just as cheering (if not more so) than expensive ones. I love many high end fragrances, but a perfume need not be expensive to be high quality and beautiful. I refer to these purchases as my "cheap and cheerful" perfumes.

Khamrah is a Warm, rich, opulent, and unquestionably gourmand. It is a scent that your chemistry has to match to... as in any scent on this genre. The sweet vanilla mixed with praline, and the warm spiciness of the cinnamon, this smells like a dessert. Something like Gingerbread cookie.

Some perfumes are so sweet that when you rock the sprayer you get caries on 7 teeth and first degree diabetes, but this is perfectly balanced. Khamrah is alluring and downright irresistible. Absolute perfection. Even if you're not a fan of gourmand fragrances, you'll be shocked at how divine you smell. It’s unisex in a very beautiful way.
2nd June 2023
I do get the rich ambery date wine feel but it is overpowered by the scream of the Amberwood. Totally Screamwood. Hate it. Had to scrub, which is almost impossible. Deodorant was the only recourse. This would be lovely without that horrible synthetic note. Why is everyone using that darn thing? Hated.
26th April 2023

Whoever added this fragrance to the database, seriously did it dirty. Even on the direct Lattafa website, the note breakdown is listed and the one here doesn’t even touch upon the beauty that’s within this fragrance.

So, here’s the notes listed on the Lattafa website:
Top: Bergamot, Cinnamon, Nutmeg
Heart: Dates Accord, Lily Of The Valley, Praline, Tuberose
Base: Roasted Tonka, Benzoin Laos, Myrrh, Akigalawood, Vanilla, Amber Wood

And to address the elephant in the room, this smells nothing like Kilian’s Angel Share. In my opinion, Khamrah is far better… and I also think you can own both without redundancy.

The most pronounced notes that come through to my nose are cinnamon, dates, praline, Tuberose, vanilla, and woody notes with a hint of incense. There’s this ever so slight tropical floral flare… probably from the Tuberose, but I wouldn’t be surprised if there was also a teensy hint of coconut that’s remained unlisted. It does not smell like a vacation, it just gives little hints here and there.

It’s a lot, but it’s beautiful. Like outrageously so. It is sweet, and it definitely has a middle eastern flair, so I think you have to enjoy that… but if you do, I think you will adore this. It’s just beyond delectable to me. Gourmand, absolutely. Complex, yes. Mesmerizing… without a doubt.

I feel like the bottle design was more of a smart move to capitalize on the popularity of kilians and find buyers who were looking for a clone… but completely hooked them once they tried it. This fragrance definitely stands on its own and is not trying to be a knockoff in anything but the bottle design. And it makes sense because I feel like anyone who enjoys angels share would likely also enjoy this. Thank you Lattafa, you gave us so much more than the world bargained for.

I don’t think I will ever stop singing the praises of this fragrance. It’s unbelievably gorgeous. A showstopper. And affordable to boot.
14th December 2022