Blind Buy: Rasasi – Ebhar
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Blind Buy: Rasasi – Ebhar

This was a purchase of Ebhar from the Qasamat collection by Rasasi. It is a series of four unisex fragrances inspired by the rich perfumery traditions of the Middle East. I trusted the notes on this perfume which I am glad I did because it was a blind buy successful purchase.

I don’t think I need to say much about this one because it has been talked about a lot.
You get a huge burst of green apples and a bit of lemon right in the opening. A yummy caramel vanilla settles into the dry down. The first thing that comes to my mind is if caramel apples come in a bottle, it will be Ebhar. No wonder it is hard to find these days, everyone wants one.

I just wish it lasts as long as it does on my clothes but considering how affordable it is, it is still worth the $$$. I get a good 5 hours before it turns to a skin scent.

Olfactory notes

Top Notes: Lemon & Green apple
Middle Notes: Lotus, Iris, Jasmine, & Damask rose
Base Notes: Vanilla, Praliné, Tonka bean, & Musk