Founded in 2004, Ensar Oud is quite likely the world’s most exacting oud producer and perfume house. Ensar himself is famous for his extravagant efforts in sourcing the rarest, richest, most opulent natural ingredients, showing no restraint in ensuring that even the tiniest bit that goes into your perfume adds a multifaceted, otherworldly dimension that enriches your relationship with fragrance.
Elbows crack, heads clash, shirts tear in whirlpool mayhem as rockers spiral out of control. Earth mashing and crumbling, moist under their stamping boots. Tobacco, oakwood and a sea of Maroke oud resin, sizzling elegantly off Luciano’s tux.
Our man Pava’s tenor soars over distorted chords and a mad crowd moshing to the climax – no, no, sulla tua bocca lo dirò! – his tie crooked, his tux ripped. Wild Cambodi oud, seashells, more Maroke oud.
Smell black tea in Malinau oud, figs and black pepper rolled in cigar leaves dipped in black resin for your Bohemian breakfast the morning after. One black eye, a bruised shoulder, ’O Sole Mio still ringing in your head.
Of the three perfumes in the Woke Morisco line, Moshpit Pavarotti is the darkest, most grungy, incense-heavy, with a sensual fig-meets-Thai-oud sweetness piercing through. As decadent as they come. Extremely satisfying.
Moshpit Pavarotti is a pure perfume from the latest Ensar Oud collection. The liquid is black and hides many interesting aromas. The opening of the fragrance is a mix of smoky notes, warming resins and interesting woody notes. In the next stage, black tea leaves and tobacco appear. The fragrance smells incredibly strong at some point, you can feel the highest quality oud that evolves with each passing moment. It gets even more interesting later. The smell gets a slight sweetness and even more tobacco appears as well. Moshpit Pavarotti is a complex, interesting and multi-layered fragrance. I have never had the opportunity to test such a unique and long-lasting fragrance. The Ensar Oud brand continues to surprise me and I can’t wait for more tests.