Agarwood trees grow aplenty in the provinces of central India. This complex but soft spicy oriental perfume is inspired by the Nawabs who once ruled over these provinces. It is a potent blend of amber and rose with a soft oudh edge. Yet, surprisingly, not one ingredient stands out from the others. It achieves a perfume synergy that defies traditional analysis, releasing a pulsating pungency, brooding and hauntingly beautiful, a rich tapestry of fascinating depths, a jewelled veil to conceal its emotional complexity and extravagance. Nawab of Oudh is a part of the “Four Corners of the Earth” collection by Ormonde Jayne, paying homage to different parts of the world that have inspired Linda Pilkington. She has relentlessly scoured the globe, obsessed with her quest to source the world’s rarest and exotic oils for her perfume library culminating in the “Four Corners of the Earth” collection. Each perfume is an acknowledgment of the rich diversity of our extraordinary world.