- Fragrance description
- About the brand
Fragrance description Al Haramain Noora
Noora begins with a beautiful blast of balmy oranges, herbal ginger, well tamed aromatic spices and sweet soft strawberries. It slowly, but steadily, merges into the heart of the fragrance, where the floral notes softly blossom, not too overwhelming or offensive.
The dry down is a treat, the base composition, nicely harmonized that every hour wearing it is enchanting, pleasing and assuring. Exquisite dark chocolate mixed with well-tamed lavished oud, sensual patchouli, aromatic sandalwood and traces of sweetness from honey, which results in a tempting yet meditating scent journey.
- Top notes
- Honey, Orange
- Middle notes
- Lily, Rose, Saffron
- Base notes
- Musk, Sandalwood, Vanilla
- Fragrance category
About the brand Al Haramain
Al Haramain was founded in 1970 in the holiest city of Islam – Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It later moved to Dubai. The family company supplies natural essential oils (attars), perfumes for the home and classic perfumes, and other interesting goods. Its manufacturing space occupies an unbelievable 16,000 square metres and it has over 65 showrooms worldwide.
Al Haramain likes to combine traditional Arabic and modern fragrances. It gained great fame in particular with products whose main ingredient is precious agar wood. Its various floral and spicy compositions are also worth looking at. There is something for everyone, regardless of age or gender, in Al Haramain’s extensive range.
In its own words, Al Haramain strives for perfection. That is why great emphasis is placed on the design of the packaging. The elaborate detail of the bottles, in the form of sumptuous Oriental sugar bowls, teapots, etc. is clearly the most successful you can see.
Al Haramain perfumes are exotic, romantic, sensual, and provocative. Leading experts in their fields contributed to their development, thanks to which they can boast not only of being top-quality but also long-lasting. Try them – you won’t be disappointed.
Al Haramain is sure to appeal to anyone who makes their choice on aesthetic grounds, is able to pay a little more for luxury, or has fallen under the spell of the Middle East.