Shamama: the precious elixir of India
Shamama Attar is primarily used as a winter perfume in India and most of the Gulf countries including Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Jordan and more.
Shamama fragrance profile : reddish-toned or dark brown or amber colored liquid exhibiting an incredibly rich, complex, earthy, mossy, musky, precious woods, tea-like, spicy, animalistic, resinous bouquet.
Shamama is a traditional attar, and its formula, which consists of raw materials and essential oils, is still kept secret.
It is designed and formulated old-school handmade by real artisans.
It contains more than 90 different herbs and spices mixed in different proportions by the Shamama hydro distillation process.
Shamama perfume contains lots of herbs, spices, roots, flowers, seeds, trees, essential oils and is produced by hydrodistillation method which makes it strong oriental perfume oil or Attar.
Believed that it was Nur Jahan, the Wife of Mughal Emperor Jehangir, who popularized the attar in India.
Kannauj, a historic city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, is known as the "City of Attar" and has been producing the world's best fragrances for decades.
Shamama Attar is definitely one of the most in demand fragrances worldwide. Shamama Attar is India's most unique and rare perfumery product.
Made from all-natural ingredients, herbs and pure extracts.
Attar, which blends well with Shamama sandalwood, musk, amber, ylang-ylang and jasmine, is also used as a natural perfume oil or fixing base.