Series 3 Incense was launched in 2002 and was devoted to the five main spiritual teachings of humanity:
Ouarzazate – Islam
Avignon – Catholicism
Jaisalmer – Hinduism
Kyoto – Buddhism, and Shintoism
Zagorsk – Orthodox Christianity
Each of the fragrances is named after the cities significant for those teachings.
Ouarzazate (to be pronounced as 'war-za-zat') meaning 'the Desert Fire', is devoted to Islam and named after a small historical town of Ouarzazate in Morroco. Ouarzazate brings the smell of precious sweet and intensive Arabian spices and aromatic desert plants. The fragrance becomes milder on skin. The grassy note of sage, a herb that Morroco is known for, wriggles through the spaces, calming pepper and nutmeg, and opening the space for mysterious frankincense.
The high Atlas mountain city of Ouarzazate (pronounced war-za-zat) in Morocco was the inspiration of this masterpiece. At its opening, a sweet, balsamic tang of labdanum absolute quickly followed by zesty pepper tickles your nose. As it warms on the skin, the softly herbal clary sage (for which Morocco's is hailed as among the finest in the world) blends with a now-calm pepper and nutmeg to make Ouarzazate a crossroads of perfectly blended, spiced incense of the Middle Eastern variety. We close our eyes and imagine we're in the cool, still interior of Ouarzazate's famous Kasbah.
Comme des Garcons Ouarzazate Perfume Notes
Incense, pepper, nutmeg, clary sage, wenge, musk, vanilla, labdanum absolute, Kashmir wood.
Important info: Here, we sell decants only. This item is a hand-decanted sample. The original bottle on the main picture is not for sale, it just shows the original bottle from which perfume will be decanted. Therefore, the customer will receive the authentic fragrance poured from original bottle into a new sterile vial. The size of the vial is your choice.