Inspiration: Musc Ravageur (Original 2000 Formulation) by Frederic Malle .
Mesopotamian king and God of the moon Naram was an unapologetic and confident ruler who deified himself and took over several tribes in his ascent to the top. Many acknowledged his strength and influence, and such strength is something that is seemingly only made possible through external influences. Of course, the omnipotence of the God was innate, but entertaining the idea of an elixir struck our fancy, and Naram's Elixir is an appropriate name for our inspired expression of Frederic Malle's Musc Ravageur. Frederic Malle is a brand that is known to put out quality compositions while giving their perfumers free reign over raw materials and final formula costs. An expensive creation happens to be the original Musc Ravageur from 2000. Unfortunately, on account of growing industry regulations and restrictions, the original is long gone, and the current formulation doesn't hold a candle to the initial batch from 2000. Luckily, we were able to secure a bottle from the year of its release, and after toiling over the formula for many months, our chemists created a match that is sure to make your jaw drop! Familiar vanilla and cloves open this composition, and cinnamon adds its signature sweetness before settling into a base of musk and amber. This is truly an elixir for a God, and Naram would've proudly kept a chalice of this by his side! For the closest experience you will get to the original Musc Ravageur from 2000, make sure to smell Naram's Elixir right away!
NOTES: Lavender, Tangerine, Bergamot, Cinnamon, Cloves, Vanilla, Musk, Tonka Bean, Amber, Sandalwood, Guaiac Wood, and Cedar Wood.
CONCENTRATION: Extrait de Parfum