Oud Di Corleone - Progressive (R)evolution
Oud Di Corleone takes its inspiration from a small sun-drenched Sicilian town. The name 'Corleone' in fact comes from the Arabic name given to the town more than a thousand years ago - 'Qurlayun' of the Emirate of Sicily.
It is in this historic reference the perfumer has crafted this fragrance - an inviting Sicilian/Mid-Eastern olfactory inter-connect.
This unique blend projects distinct citrus and oud tones, with a touch of espresso - giving this scent a delectable 'chocolate orange' like feel, with a prominent woody character.
📍 Orange from Sicily
📍 Italian Espresso
📍 Ancient Wood
📍 Oud Cambodi
How to Use:
Perfume oils are best applied in small quantities directly to the skin over pulse points i.e. wrists, neck, behind the ears, chest, inner elbow or behind the knees.
Best to avoid applying directly to garments, especially bright colours.
Perfume oils are ideal for layering with other perfume oils and with spray perfumes.
Perfume layering simply is combining two perfumes by applying one on top of the other. This creating an entirely new scent, making the wearer to smell totally unique.
All Maison Anthony Marmin (MAM) perfumes come in original packaging.
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For external use only. Please carry out a patch test before use. Keep out of reach of children.