World’s most expensive perfume unveiled in Dubai
Dubai: Setting multiple records in Guinnes Book of World Records, Shumukh, the most expensive perfume in the world was unveiled in Dubai. The bottle of the perfume is decorated with diamonds, pearls and gold. Shumukh was produced by Asghar Adam Ali, the chairman and master perfumer at Nabeel Perfumes Group.
Shumukh boasts two Guinness World Record titles, for Most diamonds set on a perfume bottle, and Tallest remote-controlled fragrance spray product.
The perfume which featured as ‘Spirit of Dubai’ was manufactured in Dubai. It costs around Rs 9 crore. According to the manufactures the perfume was made after 3 years long experiment. Shumukh takes its long lasting power from the superior quality and is estimated to last on the skin for more than 12 hours and up to 30 days on fabric. Men and women can use the perfume alike.
Packed in a unique bottle
Shumukh comes inside a beautiful large box in 2 metres height. The customer can spray the perfume and adjust the height of the bottle with a remote control.
The bottle is adorned with 3571 diamonds of 38.55 carat, 2.5 kg gold, 5.8 kg silver and expensive pearls.
The bottle is made of a special crystal from Italy. Craftsmen from Switzerland, France and Italy carved the decorative works on the bottle. The bottle itself is made of hand-blown Italian Murano glass and can hold 3 liters of perfume inside it. When it gets empty, the manufactures will refill it for the customers. But a separate payment should be made.
The Indian element in Shumukh
Sandalwood imported from India is used in the perfume. Oudh, sandalwood and musk (Kasthuri) are the major ingredients used for its production.
Roses from Turkey is the another ingredient of the perfume.
Take a glance of Shumukh at Dubai Mall
The most unique and precious perfume is exhibited for public at Fashion Avenue in Dubai Mall. It will be on display here till March 30. A brochure detailing the features of the perfume is also attached with it.
The brochure will also surprise the public. It carries diamonds, gold and pearls. The pages of the brochure were made of 24 carat gold. The descriptions were written in English, Arabic, Chinese and French languages.
According to Nabeel Perfumes group, four or five people approached them to purchase Shumukh. They have also planned to exhibit the perfume in London and Paris soon.