Scent of the Day: M7 Oud Absolu by Yves Saint Laurent Fragrance Review

M7 Oud Absolu by YSL Fragrance Review

Our scent of the day is one that brings forth a representation of exotic incenses and a deep, sweet oud. A masculine scent that is dry and smokey, but has just a pinch of sweetness. This takes the original M7 and tones the sweet, syrupy notes down and strengthens the oud. This is oriental, sensual, sweet, dry, and classy in one. When we think of reformulations, we usually gasp at the thought of ruining another beautiful fragrance. Although, this one really works well with the skin and we believe it to be the better half all around. If you were disappointed that the first version was a little to intense or dripping in sweetness, then you may find better luck with this gem.

M7 Oud Absolu opens with sharp mandarin oranges and patchouli settles in the heart. You get an earthy-flowery scent from the labdanum which lies alongside the pleasant scent of myrrh and the dominant note of oud. This is quite masculine, but with its sweetness, we could also see this working for a woman. It is masculine with class and sophistication, but could also be a sexy, dark scent on woman who finds oud notes pleasant. Give it a try and tell us what you think! Remember leaving a review earns you 10 reward points to use towards a future order 🙂

Samples start at $2.49

M7 Oud Absolu


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2 Responses to Scent of the Day: M7 Oud Absolu by Yves Saint Laurent Fragrance Review

  1. MMM Great choice. I think my most masculine scent is some Kouros. It’s a very dirty boy.
    Portia x

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