- Concentration: Eau de Parfum
- Olfactive family: Sweet Gourmand
- Brand: Lattafa
- Top notes: Bergamot, Nutmeg, Cinnamon.
- Middle notes: Date, Mahonial®, Praliné, Tuberose.
- Base notes: Myrrh, Roasted tonka bean, Vanilla, Benzoin Siam, Amberwood, Akigalawood®.
Lattafa Khamrah is a luxurious oriental-spicy unisex perfume that combines precious spices, the warmth of woody notes and the softness of vanilla. The top accord of Khamrah is the citrusy freshness of bergamot framed by the warm, velvety spice of cinnamon and refined clary sage. The heart of the perfume resonates with the delightful creamy smell of praline, melting in a fragrant haze of sweet fruity notes and tuberose floral nuances. Whereas the base of Lattafa Khamrah delivers a sumptuous aromatic trail that blends the sensual sweetness of vanilla with spicy precious woods, sweet smoky oud, smoky aromatic myrrh, spicy tonka bean and vanilla resinous benzoin, shimmering softly in the beams.
It's ok but I don't think it deserves so many hypes.
Everyone loves this, but I do not. It is exactly what everyone says: It smells exactly like a cinnamon apple pie. Exactly like it. It smells too literal and too sweet for me. Of course, it is a pleasant and delicious scent, but it just isn't a scent that I'd want to wear around. I do like this as a bathroom scent, though.
Thank you, Hidden Samples, for saving me from buying it.