Scents Culture in Middle East:

Unlike in many western countries, in the Middle-East countries such as Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Abu Dhabi and more, using traditional scents is consider as much sacred and preferred by the most.

Attars are highly demanding in these nations as they are alcohol-free form of perfumes and most of the middle east countries have majority Islamic audience that prefer alcohol-free fragrances.

 

The Arabian Affair:

From the ancient time, People in middle-east have been using mesmerising scents that are produced from Oud, sandalwood, amber, musk and roses..

Oud, a signature fragrance that represents the luxury class comes at a price higher than pure gold. Some even refer Oud (Agarwood) as liquid gold.

Oud is not just a perfume – the signature Arab fragrance of oud (Agarwood) symbolizes luxury, class, power, and heritage.Similarly Bakhoor, Shamama, Mukhallat are among other top demand attar perfumes in middle eastern territories.

Culture Of Gifting Attars & Atabian Scents

Like perfumes, traditional attars and alcohol free scents are considered as preferred gifting options in middle east countries.

The culture of presenting preserved fragrances in a traditional packaging as a gift is not new in gulf countries. From hundreds of years the tradition of gifting fragrances has been in in fashion and appreciated by many.

In search of unique fragrances:

Since decades people in UAE & Saudi Arabia have been fond of Oud based scents. As these are widely appreciated, demanding scents in these countries, there are some who are on constant lookout of unique fragrances.

Based the enquiries that we receive at Kannaujattar.com, we have observed a significant trend of increasing demand of various other ready-to-sell fresh, slightly sweet floral scents among perfumers in middle-east nations besides Oud, Bakhoor and Musk.