Country of Origin
Color & Odor
|:||Pale yellow with woody and musky aroma|
|:||Soluble in alcohol & oil, insoluble in water|
|:||0.9650 - 0.9850|
|:||+5 to +15|
|:||1.450 – 1.468|
Plant Part Used
|:||Its aroma has a mix of expensive Indian Amber, flowers, Saffron and wood, mosses and musks.|
DESCRIPTION:This attar is a perfect mix of traditional Arabic perfume oil and is made of Thymus Vulgaris enhanced with Amber oil. Mukhalat Malaki means a blend of rich perfume essences of traditional Arabic perfume oil, evocative of timeless tradition. With its woody and musky aroma, it is used in the preparations of various perfumery products. It has a hint of flowers, expensive Indian Amber, Spanish Saffron and a base of Woods, Mosses and Musks.
CONSTITUENTS:It consists of Indian Amber, Spanish Saffron and a base of Woods, Mosses and Musks.
BLENDS WITH:Sandalwood Oil.
COMMON NAMES:Mesua Ferres.
USES:Owing to its woody and musky aroma, this attar finds usage in the preparations of several perfumery products. This attar is used as a personal perfume, mainly by Muslims due to absence of alcohol. As the name suggests, this 'Malaki, the king of blends' suitably works with anyone’s body chemistry and create a long, encapsulating, lingering fragrance.