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Ajmal Unveils Ramadan Fragrance

September 28, 2012


• UAE: Ajmal Perfumes has rolled out Dahn Al Oudh Rabia Al Omr, a special scent designed for the season of Ramadan. Meaning “Spring of Youth,” the fragrance was created using premium quality Indian agarwood oil blended with the oudh from Laos and Cambodia, according to the TradeArabia News Service.

“Dahn Al Oudh is a strong part of the heritage of the GCC and has constantly remained a favorite among our customers in the region, with a substantial portion of our sales belonging to this category of fragrance,” said Abdulla Ajmal, general manager of sales and marketing, at Ajmal Perfumes.

The fragrance is available in all Ajmal stores.
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