Oud Reed Diffuser

Oud Reed Diffuser

£13.00Price

You might not have heard of Oud but it is becoming increasingly popular in the perfume world. It is a resin from the Agar tree grown in the Middle East and is considered one of the most expensive natural raw ingredients in the world and often said to be more expensive than gold.

 

Oud is actually the word "wood' in Arabic.

 

Warm and woody and highly aromatic as you would expect with the addition of Rose in the top notes. Middle notes of Amber, Raspberry and Patchouli and finally base notes of Saffron and Musk. A luxurious fragrance indeed.

  • PRODUCT INFO

    100 ml 

    Reed length 20 cms

    Chrome top.

    Glass bottle (recyclable).

    8 extra thick natural fibre reeds that absorb and release twice as much fragrance as smaller rattan or wooden reeds.

    Box is cardboard and is 100% recyclable.

    Lasts  on average 3-5 months.

  • RETURN & REFUND POLICY

    We accept returns and cancellations. Please contact us within 3 days of delivery. Post items back within 7 days of delivery. Request a cancellation within 1 hour of purchase. Buyers are responsible for return postage costs and item should be in it's original condition. If you have any issues with the product please contact us immediately.

  • DELIVERY

    All orders up to £20 will be sent by Royal Mail 2nd Class post within 2-3 business days. Orders over £20 will be sent Royal Mail 2nd Class post and will need a signature.

    We only post to UK addresses.

  • SENDING AS A GIFT

    If you want to send this item as a gift then put the name and address of the recipient in the postage details. There will be no invoice in the box and we will hand write your personal message (if required) on a small white card presented in a grey envelope (see picture).

  • INSTRUCTIONS

    Reed diffusers release their fragrance more subtly than candles. We suggest one diffuser for a small to medium sized room.

    For best results place where there is good air circulation but away from heat sources. 

    Flip the reeds every week or so to refresh the reeds.