SULAYM

Artisan
We've been working tiresly over the past few months to release a new ULTIMA range and after many a sleepless night we are now proud to announce the launch of our HM Heritage collection. This is a discovery set of 5 new HM Sultan Qaboos oils that have been aging for up to four decades and includes the following unreleased exclusives:

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1. HM Badshah: Distilled in 1981 and handpicked from the Sultan's private atelier. This is the Hindi which was gifted to dignitaries and Royals visiting the Sultanate. The wood used for this distillation is believed to be from Haflong, Assam. Notes of incense, rum and wild flowers. You will find facets in this oud which you will not have experienced in Hindi's of the last decade. HM Badshah is a refined version of HM Royal Hindi (Meghalaya) which is now sold out. A vintage, wild Hindi of impeccable quality.

2. HM Royal Cambodi: From Pursat, this oud’s exact distillation year is unknown, but it is believed to be over 40 years old. Picture dense, thick, red resin, oozing with fruity and jammy notes, drying down with Cambodi wood on low heat and then add 40 years of aging to the equation. This oil embodies an exquisite and richly matured aroma that is truly exceptional.

3. HM Royal Laos: Distilled in the 90s, this oud is truly one of a kind. The Sultan's atelier features various Hindi and Burmi distillations, but this is the only oud that wears the Laotian badge. I reviewed this oil with a famous French perfumer for its notes, quality and finish and it ticked all the boxes; Let this exceptional oil serve as the reference standard for Laotian oud.

4. HM Muateq: I recall Faizal's reaction when we first sampled this oil together—I knew from his personal taste that this was the one that would make him lean back in awe, and I wasn't wrong. This is undoubtedly the most unique, transitioning HM Malay we have ever encountered, almost as if it were a Malay/Cambodi co-distillation. Named Muateq to honour the label given by our friends close to the Palace, this is their Jummah choice of oud.


5. HM Sultan Qaboos: Burmi, 1979. That's right, this oils carries the name of the Sultan himself. Imagine SULAYM Nº 1, our flagship oud, jacked on steroids. That's the shortest way to describe this fragrance. You have to smell it to believe it. This oil is what I describe as the Sultan's signature. Everyone has a favourite and this is the standard that AJ Industries must have been given for all future distillations.The best ouds in the Sultan's private collection carry this DNA but this is the Mothership, the originator, the full fat, most incense-laden oud you will find in the Sultan's atelier.

All 5 x 0.25gr bullet vials come in a box set for $349. We only have 11 remaining. All dispatch will be processed via DHL Express.
If you DM us on Ouddict after making your purchase you will also be sent 1g of our Ka'bah 1990 attar which is being released exclusively for this month only.

Available at SULAYM.co.uk
 

Mr.P

oud<3er
I'm lucky enough to be able to experience these oils and they are all heavy hitters. I mentioned a couple and will share more thoughts over the coming weeks. Every one of them smells authentic, mature, complex and free of any notes that I consider to be red flags of any kind. Beyond that, these remind me of the best of what I've smelled over the years.
 

SULAYM

Artisan
I'm lucky enough to be able to experience these oils and they are all heavy hitters. I mentioned a couple and will share more thoughts over the coming weeks. Every one of them smells authentic, mature, complex and free of any notes that I consider to be red flags of any kind. Beyond that, these remind me of the best of what I've smelled over the years.
Thank you Mr. P. Your nose is an invaluable asset to the Ouddict community.
 
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