Arome d’Egypte

4.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


Ancient. Occult. Immortal.
These three words truly describe Dawn Spencer Hurwitzʼ original perfume inspired by the perfumes of the Pharaohs.

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About This Product

While developing a collection of ʻscent studiesʼ on one aromatic note, DSH chose spikenard, an ancient root used extensively in early Egyptian perfumes, as a focus. Spikenard, a botanical relative to valerian, is used to soothe, relax and bring one into a meditative realm. When mixed with incense resins and spices it is truly intoxicating. An equally suitable fragrance for a man or a woman, Arome dʼEgypte brings you back to the seductive world of the Ancients. Arome dʼEgypte Perfume has adapted early Egyptian fragrance styles and aromatic notes into a modern fragrance in the French perfume tradition.

* EdP sample vials are 1/2 filled; PERFUME sample vials are filled.

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3 ml deluxe spray Voile de Parfum sample, 30 ml Voile de Parfum spray, 60 ml Voile de Parfum spray, sample vial – Voile de Parfum, 1 dram miniature flask – EdP, 1 oz. Eau de Parfum, 5 ml Antique PERFUME Presentation bottle, individual sample vial – PERFUME

4 reviews for Arome d’Egypte

  1. aria4amadeus@sbcglobal.net
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Love Love Love!! This is one of the most unusual and incredible fragrances ever. This is NOT for the shy! This is a bold, empowering scent…yet it does produce a calming effect in me. It brings me back to a time and place that is deep within my spirit. That may sound curious to some but the notes that comprise the beautiful whole of this fragrance are familiar to me. Well, before I go off on a metaphysical tangent! I’ll simply share how very much I adore this fragrance and thank you, Dawn, for this expression of the aroma of ancient Egypt.

  2. steampunkkitten@yahoo.com
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Strong, powerful, seductive, ancient. When I first put the scent on, I wasnt sure, but after a bit it sweetend up on my skin. Incredibly it smells like my Uncle’s house. He was an Egyptologist and as a child I always just thought that was his cologne, but now I wonder if it was really all the ancient Egyptian artifacts he kept on display. I am a female, but I think the scent is androgynous. Love it.

  3. kosmoscollage@hotmail.com
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Amber, frankincense, and labdanum are some of my favorite scents, and I was instantly captivated by this fragrance. It is a sweet amber on my skin, but more than just sweet, it has an underlying complexity from the spices and ancient oils. Really exquisite fragrance.

  4. bbmtwist@yahoo.com
    4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    To my nose this is an intense amber wood scent. Spikenard is not a scent I know, although Wikipedia tells me it is an oil derived from a flowering plant that was used extensively in the Ancient World – as incense, perfume, medicine, etc.

    The impression I get from Arome is that of amber and cedar with a lavender underlay. An excellent and powerful addition to the genre of amber woods.

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