Ocean Oud 50ml
A fable born from the antagonism between Oud wood and sea
water. They dont mix, but are a model of coexistence. Over the
strength and protection of Oud and cedarwood, together with
leather, oak moss and Cistus ladanifer, flows the travellers soul
the protagonist, enveloped in rose and jasmine, floating like
amber over the elemental liquid of the ocean in order to adapt
itself and steer a good course through lifes unexpected events.
Marine complex, Amber, Cistus – Labdanum
Mon Oud, Rose, Jasmine
Leather, Cypriol, Oakmoss
رامون مونيغال اوشن عود 50 مل
Ramon Monegal is the founder and the perfumer of the Ramon Monegal Parfums. It’s based in Barcelona. From his beginnings as a perfumer, Monegal showed courage, good taste and mastery of the most complicated and costly raw materials. He had a high sensitivity and thoroughness in preparing his creations in all its phases and aspects. So to improve his knowledge in all fields, he studied in 1977 in the Barcelona Design Centre, and a year later in ESADE, activities which he combined with his training in Paris. Ramón Monegal, the perfumer, created his first fragrance, “Alada” in 1979. Since that time he was the Creative Director of Myrurgia and he developed “olfactory images” for licensing as Adolfo Dominguez, Antonio Miró, Aigner, Ines de la Fresange, or Massimo Dutti among more than twenty brands, with great success. In 1985 he was appointed to the board of Myrurgia, and later Senior Vice-President. Finally, in 2000, Antonio Puig acquired Myrurgia, who requested his collaboration to continue leading the development of several licenses and new brands as Maison Parfum. In 2007 he leaves the Puig Group and becomes independent. After a period of reflection, he decided to realize the project with which he had always dreamed of: create without any limitation. Designer Ramon Monegal has 45 perfumes in our fragrance base. Ramon Monegal is a new fragrance brand. The earliest edition was created in 2009 and the newest is from 2021. The nose who worked on the fragrances is Ramon Monegal.