Wood, leather, marble, and gold. These luxurious elements of a Persian palace are the inspiration behind the architecture of Royal Oud. Precious, sweet oud is carefully extracted from agarwood trees, a carefully-guarded resource that grows only in certain parts of India. Oud's rarity lends to the expense of the fragrance's coveted raw materials, prized by both the men and women who wear it. A fashionable favorite amongst today's royals and heads of state, Royal Oud's universal blend bottles the splendor of palace life across continents.
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ABOUT THE BRAND
It began as a bottle of Royal English Leather—a rich mix of mandarin, ambergris and sandalwood—commissioned by King George III (after becoming enamored with a pair of Creed scented gloves). Passed from father to son spanning seven generations since its London founding in 1760 by James Henry Creed, The House of Creed has been handcrafting uncommon fragrances for royal houses and discerning patrons for over 250 years.