"Lark, if I may pester you... :3
You know that incense scent they sell, usually called ''Egyptian Goddess'', is that supposed to smell like any of the perfumes you've mentioned? I know squat about Egyptian perfumes (something I've written down to research!) but I love that scent and I was just wondering if it had any actual connection to Egypt. "
That's really hard to say without knowing exactly what the ingredients in that incense are. And the ingredients may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. I have bought some Kyphi from a dealer before, but it was a dealer which listed the ingredients including wine, honey, and raisins which are unusual to find in incense blends so I knew it was close to what is described regarding Kyphi in the Pyramid Texts.
Some common ingredients in Egyptian scents include sandalwood, myrrh, frankincense, spikenard and cedar. And you might also find lotus or lily for floral notes. But they also used ingredients less commonly found in mixes today such as cardamom, saffron, and even henna.