Paramatman Perfume Oil $5.75$23.00

Paramatman Perfume Oil


Like two birds of golden plumage, inseparable companions, the individual self and the immortal Self are perched on the branches of the selfsame tree. The former tastes of the sweet and bitter fruits of the tree; the latter, tasting of neither, calmly observes.

Orange blossom, East Indian sandalwood, and champaca.

Sin and Salvation

Presented in an amber apothecary vial.


  1. cobratoes

    All the Orange blossom!!!! I love all the scents in this perfume, but the orange blossom definitely is the strongest on me. It’s definitely one of my favorites.

  2. Danielle

    I’m leary of sandalwood and find that it often dominates in perfume blends, well at least on me it does. I’m really not a fan of strong sandalwood perfumes, which is why I was pleasantly surprised that the sandalwood in Paramatman is beautifully balanced with with the orange blossom and champaca. For me it comes off as a heady exotic floral with a lot of depth. I really enjoy it, but wished it lasted just a little longer. Don’t get me wrong, its does stick around for several hours, but this is not a “lasts all day” scent.

  3. VetchVespers

    Paramatman smells of smooth, high quality Indian incense with sweet neroli to soften it and keep it from being too smokey. After dry down, it’s light and stays close to my skin, lasting on me about 4 hours. I agree that would make a lovely Spring or Summer scent.

    To my nose, it’s very similar to Imperious Tiger-Lily. It also reminds me of Caterpillar, which is quite different, but also has a lovely wafting incense quality that I adore.

  4. Samantha

    Ahhhh!!! I cannot stop smelling my arm. This stuff is AMAZING! I’ve had an imp lying around for awhile and decided to give it a test run. I’m so thrilled that I finally did because it knocked my socks off and I’ve already ordered a big bottle.
    It starts out slightly smoky and woodsy, all champaca and sandalwood. As it dries down the orange blossom comes into play and rounds the scent out, sweetening it up a bit. This will be a fabulous scent in the spring and summer when I want an incense-y, heady blend since it also has the exotic floral note which I feel lightens it up.
    This is a sexy, feminine feeling fragrance. I’m in love.

  5. Luca Turin

    Wow! I am very fond of each individual scent but this oil is blended in a way that is almost magical. The first scent, both in the bottle and on the skin, is orange blossoms, which has to be one of the most beautiful and uplifting flower scents in the world. The ancient sophistication of sandalwood begins to edge its way into the bouquet and then suddenly the exotic aroma of champaca appears as the orange blossoms recede and occasionally provide little spikes of scent within the champaca. Very sexy and a great mood lifter

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