Keep Glazed

 Created By

The House of Oud


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The fifth fragrance inebriates us of the bold and delicious scent of tropical fruit, through ingredients like Mango, Coconut, Ginger and Lemon. Thanks to Ksenia Penkina’s inspirations, skilfully interpreted by Andrea Casotti and synthesised by the creative genius of Cristian Calabrò, we will be able to experience a sweet summer tasting in preview, a temptation for the palate and nose, we will thus wish to extend the intimate moment to try a “patisserie” fragrance.

A lively and solar scent, enclosed in the iconic hand-painted bottle, that suggests with its soft colours and original tones, a fresh olfactory texture with lively notes and irresistible ingredients. Keep Glazed opens up with the perfect union of ice lemon and juicy mango, enveloped by a heart of cream and coconut, crunchy thanks to a delicious ginger crumble. The composition ends with a note of fruity musk and precious woods. 

Fragrance Facts

Head notes: Frozen lemon, Mango, Strawberry leaf
Heart notes: Chantilly cream, Coconut rapé, Ginger crumble
Base notes: Fruity musk, Precious woods

Perfumer: Andrea Casotti & Cristian Calabrò
 Milan, Italy
Year of Release: 2019

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The House of Oud is the story of a friendship between an Italian master perfumer and an oud aficionado from Jakarta, a friendship born of a shared passion for art, perfume and travel along with a deep appreciation of beauty.

The House of Oud uses only the highest quality raw materials and the oud, which is found in every fragrance in the collection, is sourced from across the world. Oud never dominates but is used to create a bridge between the other ingredients, resulting in richly nuanced and completely addictive collections.

Designed to fit in the palm of the hand, the fragrance bottle is reminiscent of a smooth stone. The unique lacquering technique means that no two bottles are the same and the top-down design allows the beauty of these highly individual fragrances to be fully appreciated..

Andrea Cosotti

Mohammed Nashi

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