- Top notes: Mandarin Essence, Geranium Heart
- Middle notes: Malacensis Oud, Smoked Labdanum
- Base notes: Black Incense, Caramel, Sandalwood
ABOUT THE FRAGRANCE:
Inspired by the Black Onyx from the Middle East, the fragrance honors the impenetrable black gemstone of powerful and ambivalent energy, reserved for the strong-spirited. Taking its name from the ancient Levantine word "onekh" meaning "onyx", the Eau de Parfum draws it mysterious allure from Naram, the first Mesopotamian king and god of the Moon. White it opens with brighter notes of Mandarin and Geranium, Malaccensis Oud from Laos sits at the heart of this fragrance with labdanum to enhance its smoky accents before revealing the more mysterious notes of black incense and caramel in the dry down.