Up to the Moon

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The House of Oud

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THoO's new fragrance Up to the Moon aims to parallel the high, full-bodied notes of the Georgian soprano Nino Machaidze, one of the most outstanding talents on the international opera scene, who together with the perfumers Carlo Ribero and Cristian Calabrò have magnificently transcribed the vibrant emotions of her voice, merging all the protagonist’s skill and energy in a single chord. This composition describes the generously nuanced voice of Nino: beautiful, sensual, determined and charismatic. Elegant and majestic like a soprano on the most important of stages, just before their best ever opera performance. The raspberry note emphasises vitality and the exclusive captive molecule, Pear Breeze adds a persistent fruitiness. Amber, ambrette and vanilla make the base sublime, for a long-standing ovation.

Fragrance Facts

Head notes: Blackcurrant, Iris, Grapefruit, Pear, Neroli
Heart notes: Jasmine, Rose, Magnolia
Base notes: Amber, Ambrette, Raspberry, Exotic fruits, Musk, Madagascan vanilla

Perfumer: Cristian Calabrò, Carlo Ribeiro 
Conception:
 Milan, Italy
Year of Release: 2020

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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..

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