Agarwood:Woody, dry, neutral. Works well for
both men and women.
Aicha: A heady floral blend of
tuberose, lily and violet. Sweet, yet light.
Baraka: A variety of fruits make this musky
fragrance even sweeter.
Burberry:Fruits and florals in combinations
with green herbs make for an irresistable fragrance.
Citron:A refreshing blend of Moroccan lemon
and lime creating a light and fresh aroma.
Fez:Named after the Moroccan city Fès,
one of the country's four 'imperial' cities, also known as the 'Mecca
of the West' and the 'Athens of Africa'. Our Fez is a blend of the
finest Moroccan florals: Rose and Neroli (orange blossoms) fixed
with Vetyver and Santal Blanc.
de Printemps:Literally translated
the Flower of Spring. This floral blend results in a sweet and mildly
(Raspberry): French for Raspberry
- a wonderful interpretation of this delicious fruit in form of
a fragrance a la Madini.
Gardenia:Gardenia - the flower of secret love.
A very feminine and alluring floral one-note.
Henna:Henna is known as Camphire in the Bible.
Henna blossoms are so fragrant, they have been used in perfumery since
1500 BC. They were Prophet Mohammed's favorite scent and reputed to
be Cleopatra's favorite as well. Our Henna is one of Madini's most
popular and most famous perfume oils.
Incense:Smokey woods and rare spices complete
this dry and complex favorite in Morocco. Let this scent take you
back in time.
Jasmine: The sweetest and most celebrated flower
of North Africa. Considered by many to be the most precious of floral
Kenza:A neutral scent, enjoyed by men and
women. Kenza blends oriental flowers with spices.
Lavender:Lavender, the flower of love and devotion.
Our Lavender oil will transport you to a clean and fresh morning
- NEW: A
beautiful floral blend with sweet overtones creating a happy, spirited,
yet quite alluring scent.
Mango:Just as sweet and pure and tasty as
the real thing!
Mimosa:Ever wish that violets smelled sweeter?
Then Mimosa is the scent for you.
Mirage:Mischievously subtle and redolent of
sweet, spicy blossoms including mimosa, henna, and citrus. She who
wears it will be relentlessly pursued.
Mist:Echoes of rain and dew over tropical
flowers and lime.
- NEW: A
perfect blend of woods and spices reminiscent of a long forgotten
world. The subtle old world charm of this fragrance will intoxicate
Moon:White blossoms, white musk, white sandalwood:
the vibration of purity. Slightly masculine.
Gazelle:Exotic and very oriental
fragrance. Subtly sweet, this one impresses with complex, rich and
unique features. One of our all-time favorites!
Pierre:Notes resinous and sweet
dominate this blithe yet tenacious composition.
Narciso:The sweet, lingering quality of Moroccan
Narcissus, celebrated among the world's finest, is likely to please
incurable romantics and lovers of spring.
(Tuberose): Known in English as
spikenard or tuberose, the flower of 'dangerous pleasures'. Blossoms
of incredible beauty and intoxicating fragrance. An ointment made
with Nardo was used by Mary Magdalene to wash the feet of Jesus.
Nile:Named after the river Nile, the longest
river in the world. Dark and spicy, oriental bouquet. Neutral in
character, therefore enjoyed by both men and women.
Oeillet:A beautiful balance of clove and carnation.
Paradise:Subtle, white musk base under a top
carnation note; an interplay of light and sultry energies. Madini's
answer to Lancôme's 'Trésor'.
Reihan:Green tea and a variety of flowers
create this subtle, feminine blend.
Sahara:A captivating blend of myrrh, amber,
and citron. Sunny, dry, and sophisticated.
Shadow:Smoky and leathery notes over a green
herbal base. Very masculine.
Soulimane:A provocative combination of wild Moroccon
artemesia, coriander, citron and cinnamon, softened by Jasmine,
Amber and Vanille.
Spring:Moist and very green. Evocative of
a cool herb and wildflower bouquet.
Summer:Daring explosions of heady rose, lavender,
bergamot, and every other flower in full bloom.
Verbena:Melissa-like scent. Commonly used in
sachets, potpourris, soaps and lotions. Our perfume oil version
is a beautiful floral one-note.
Violet:A favorite in Sufi healing since a
hadith of the prophet states that "the excellence of the extract
of violets is above all other extracts as the excellence of me is
above all of the rest of creation". A shy yet deep and earthy scent
for quiet beauties. Violet is the flower of modesty.