Oud can be an Odd Odor for some.
I must say first, that this perfume is not for everyone. Oud can be overpowering for many.
Oud, to me, is divine; a heavy, intoxicating smell of wood laden with resin. It is predominant in this perfume. At the head, first spritz, youll notice a tart and slightly fruity scent which is rasberry. It really adds the feminine/innocent vibe. It lingers only for so long. The Oud is right there, though, bursting on out. Its almost overpowering, even to me, but I like it. It sometimes has a more dry essence to it, and sometimes its very heady and resin-ish. The musk is in there, peeking out from behind the Oud and then appearing later on. But somewhere, in between, is spice. I cannot place my finger on it.
So, for those who like amber, musk, or deep wood scents, with a heaviness, would most likely enjoy this scent. Also if you are breaking away from old school orientals, give it a try. And to put it honestly, if you wanna feel downright sensual, attracting, and mysterious, this would be it.
Of course its more suited for winter/sweater weather, but I can also imagine this being worn on a hot, humid summer's night.