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Mancera – Red Tobacco

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Mancera – Red Tobacco

Head Notes

Saffron, Cinnamon, Incense, Fruity Notes, Oud

Heart Notes

Patchouli, Jasmine

Base Notes

Tobacco, Guaiac Wood, Vetiver, Vanilla, Musk


Mancera – Red Tobacco

Red Tobacco is a phenomenally attractive fragrance – a rich, booming scent full of hot cinnamon spice, crisp fruit, sultry tobacco leaf, and enveloping amber that creates a forcefield of deliciousness around its wearer. Perfect for feeling cozy and wrapped-up during winter, perfect for kicking over leaves in autumn, and honestly, perfect for when you want that special someone to draw you in a little closer and hear those magic words purred in your ear: “you smell incredible”.

Red Tobacco is a Woody Spicy fragrance for women and men. Red Tobacco was launched in 2017. Top notes are Cinnamon, Agarwood (Oud), Saffron, Incense, Nutmeg, Green Apple and White pear; middle notes are Patchouli and Jasmine; base notes are Tobacco, Madagascar Vanilla, Amber, Sandalwood, Guaiac Wood, Haitian Vetiver and White Musk.

Red Tobacco is a woody spicy fragrance most of the time use by the Women but at the spice side it is also worn by the men it having the tobacco which is showing as per the fragrance name it is having a vanilla note

Mancera fragrances hold the secrets of the Orient, the endless desert, scorching sun, and timeless beauty. They are made with the most exquisite aromatic ingredients such as agarwood, precious resins, leather, or saffron. All Mancera perfumes will make you feel unique and indulgent.

The brand was founded in 2008 in Paris as an initiative of Al Athar, one of the biggest fragrance distributors in the Persian Gulf area, making Mancera perfumes some of the most authentic scents for any admirer of oriental fragrances.

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