By The Beauty Hub  |  March 15th, 2015  |  Brands,News

The spirit of Dubai is a line of fragrances that represent the various facets of the city that make it what it is. The city is an international symbol of opulence and progress and its fragrances, produced by the house of Nabeel illustrate this in spirit.

Dubai’s scents are nothing less than transcendental, are bottled using the finest material and technique, then slipped into a leather pouch and held within a cushioned frame box. This line is inspired by the city itself, a beacon of the orient, and embodies its magic and its majesty, in its fragrance as well as packaging.


The aquatic fragrance of Bahar, like a wafting sea breeze, is a delicate balance of marine and citrus top notes that give way to flowery middle notes of jasmine, violet leaves, hint of spices, and undertones of sandalwood and vanilla. The fragrance is held in a bottle that mirrors the tranquillity of the ocean, pristine white in colour and carved to emulate the rolling of the waves.

The sublime fragrance of Rimal is a medley of warm top notes of saffron, cinnamon, nutmeg and bergamot with middle notes of patchouli , ylang ylang, and undertones of sensuous sandalwood and vetiver. The fragrance is held in a glass bottle with warm amber accessory that represents the shimmering sands of the desert, with golden embellishments and a bejewelled golden cap.

The distinguished fragrance of Abraj is a fantastical blend of bergamot, saffron and cardamom that give way to middle notes of red rose and cedarwood, and undertones of amber, patchouli and musk.The fragrance is held in a glass bottle with an embellished window to the bottle, akin to the skyscrapers of glass and metal, and with a bejewelled silver cap.

The exhilarating fragrance of Meydan is a symphony of saffron, lavender and bergamot top notes, with middle notes of geranium, cedar wood, tobacco with romantic undertones of patchouli and leather. The fragrance is held in a regal green bottle with a striking golden embellishment of a horse-shoe, an accessory typical to the horses of Arabia that gallop majestically across the racecourse.

The deep woody fragrance of Oud perfectly encapsulates the orient with top notes of pineapple, lime, saffron and pine, flowery middle notes of jasmine, cedarwood and pure Indian agarwood oil with undertones of patchouli and sandalwood. The fragrance is held in an elegant bottle with a sheath of fine wood, with embellishments in brown, and a bejewelled cap, that mirrors the woody fragrance.