A powerful blend of cool spices and smoky woods, softened with a hint of vanilla and tonka bean. The daunting, medicinal and overly animalic facets of oud are toned down, translating the precious agarwood into a darkly elegant element of the perfumer’s palette rather than a full-on French-Arabian extravaganza. As chic, urbane and sharply-cut as Mr. Ford’s James Bond suits in Skyfall. And just as much of a sexy beast as Daniel Craig.
Rare, exotic, distinctive. Tom Ford Oud Wood Eau de Parfum uses one of the most rare, precious and expensive ingredients in a perfumer’s arsenal—oud wood. It’s often burned in incense-filled temples.
It was Tom Ford who pioneered the oud note in contemporary Western perfumery way back in 2002 during his tenure as the artistic director of Yves Saint Laurent, with the groundbreaking M7
Notes: oud wood, rose wood, cardamom, sandalwood, vetiver, tonka bean, amber.