Aseel is dry as sand, but it comes off as a little boring during the first hour or two. It does smell better the longer you wear it, getting darker and deeper as time goes on. The drydown is good, when the rose, wood and musk all come together and share the spotlight equally. The accord is very nice, and after a few hours, it's hard to tell if it's a floral, woody or musk scent. The fragrance has a good sense of balance.
Overall, I like Aseel, but I don't love it. I love rose-based perfumes, but I've smelled too many that are similar to this, so I'm a bit jaded. Ungaro
MY RATING: 8/10
Fragrance House: Al-Rehab