Launched in 2015, Royal Princess Oud is a rich, complex scent thatÍs fit for a monarch. For thousands of years, oud (also known as agarwood) was prized for its musky, nutty scent and is reportedly one of the most expensive woods in the world. Its oil has traditionally been used as incense and perfume throughout the Middle East, but now British perfumer Creed has used it to create a modern, east-meets-west fragrance.
Inspired by the Italian Renaissance and the golden age of art and culture this is a fruity floral fragrance for women. Created by the venerable House of Creed, best known for designing perfumes for royalty, film stars and heads of state for seven generations, this is an ode to the modern renaissance woman, who has many interests. The top notes are plum and greengage, Renaissance roses, pink carnations, Calabrian bergamot and Sicilian lemon evoke the artistic heart of the fragrance, while in the base, cedar wood and sandalwood add a sophisticated finish.