Epic Man 2009

Epic Man by Amouage
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Epic Man is a popular perfume by Amouage for men and was released in 2009. The scent is spicy-woody. Projection and longevity are above-average. It is being marketed by Sabco Group / Oman Perfumery. Pronunciation
Scent goes well with Encre Noire (Eau de Toilette)
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Perfumer

Randa Hammami

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesCardamomCardamom
NutmegNutmeg
Pink pepperPink pepper
SaffronSaffron
CuminCumin
FrankincenseFrankincense
MyrtleMyrtle
MaceMace
Heart Notes Heart NotesGeraniumGeranium
MyrrhMyrrh
Base Notes Base NotesLeatherLeather
OudOud
PatchouliPatchouli
FrankincenseFrankincense
CastoreumCastoreum
SandalwoodSandalwood
CedarwoodCedarwood
MuskMusk

Ratings

Scent

8.2788 Ratings

Longevity

8.8634 Ratings

Sillage

8.2633 Ratings

Bottle

8.9613 Ratings

Value for money

6.889 Ratings
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Steve0580Steve0580 8 years ago

„A Masterpiece”


I LOVE this fragrance so much! The pepper and incense seem to be the most dominant ingredients with the woods being the secondary elements. It's slightly sweet...
BobJBobJ 10 years ago

„Depends on Your Style.”


It's from Amouage, so it's undoubtedly wonderful stuff, with all the strength and longevity I enjoy in a perfume. But to be frank, it's simply not the way I want...
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ChicoRoch1

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All hype no longevity
For a fragrance north of $200 i was expecting something a little stronger that performed a little better. Very disappointed in this one. The scent itself isn't bad but again i was expecting something more. There are a lot of notes in this one and my bottle came with a magnetic cap. I'm not sure if this was a reformulation or not because i can't find when it was made. It always puzzled me as to why the perfume companies don't put manufacturing dates on the bottles. Anyway I'm not sure whether or not I'll buy another Amouage fragrance in the future.
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Burak46
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Interesting greenling
The perfume starts with a leather, oud, and incense accord and is slightly greenish herbaceous. A few minutes later everything changes again and there is a mysterious forest smell that smells very natural. After that it follows a similar track until the end. As for the performance, at a steep price of about 200€, the sillage is a huge minus point for me, while the durability is quite good. I find it a real pity that the sillage leaves much to be desired with this interesting green ... he is permanently perceptible but from the strong proximity unfortunately ... Otherwise, it is a cool perfume ;))
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The epic Geralt of Rivia
"Epic" - what does that actually mean? For many, it is certainly a synonym for "awesome" or "crass", especially when something is long and extravagant. Yet "epic" has become known in this meaning especially in youth language, especially in connection with "epic fail". In 2011, the term even reached second place in the election of the "Youth Word of the Year". Especially in the "gamer community" often used, for example, when it comes to epic battles or battles. There are also - quite simply - "epic games", which often means long, well-told and profound stories within a game. And here we approach the actual meaning of "epic" - namely "narrative, telling, reporting", i.e. a text form which belongs to the literary genre of epic and thus represents one of the three major categories of literature alongside poetry and drama. "Lyric Man" there is already known by Amouage; "Dramatic Man" would be but also a great name for a fragrance.

Here but now so an epic epic to "Epic"...

The locket from the Witcher Geralt of Riva began to vibrate, as it always did when there was a source of magic nearby. The witch's amulet depicted a wolf's head - the symbol of the witch's profession and brotherhood. In addition, the necklace began to glow smoldering red, which was an unmistakable sign that monsters or monstrosities were nearby.

Suddenly Geralt heard a scream, a scream such as could never have come from a human. It was a piercing scream, emitted from a distance and Geralt noticed how he was even pushed back a little by the force of the scream. It was broad daylight but to Geralt things were clear, he would be facing a Bruxa any moment, a very powerful type of vampire that took on the appearance of a dark haired young human, usually a woman. Bruxas were one of the few species of vampire that were not affected by the sun and can manipulate humans by altering their dreams and turning them into horrible nightmares.

A Bruxa was more than a challenge even for Geralt. This was a matter of life and death. Geralt pulled his silver sword from his back and readied himself. Then he saw the Bruxa; and his childhood suddenly replayed in his mind's eye.

Geralt was indeed a sorcerer, meaning he had supernatural abilities and was created to be a professional monster hunter, cleansing the world of monsters for the people. But this he had to pay dearly. As a young witch, he was separated from his parents at an early age and taken to a special witch school. There he was subjected to a "herbal test", a test which many students do not survive. But for those who do, the procedure of the herbal trial ends with the strengthening of the organism and the musculature and cannot be enchanted or hypnotized. The student becomes a mutant - the embodiment of a perfect warrior with faster reflexes, a heartbeat four times slower, and a keen sense of hearing.

As a "gift" for successfully passing the herbal test, Geralt of Riva received his own custom herbal tincture. This consisted mainly of cardamom, pink pepper, lots of myrrh, frankincense and also leather. The tincture, which was carefully applied to the neck and wrists, came in a green glass bottle, with an emblem on the front not unlike his wolf's head wizard medallion. Emblazoned on the magnetic cap of the stylish bottle was an equally green emerald, which seemed to Geralt as if it could look directly into his soul. Overall, the glass flacon looked to him as if it had been cast from royal jade.

The name of this concoction was "Epic" and that was how Geralt felt every time he applied the concoction - EPIC! Immediately after applying it, he perceived an inner strength and a striving for perfection every time. The pink pepper mixed with the incense gave him a feeling of spiciness and even some freshness every time. But at the same time, Geralt felt soothed by the also balsamic tone in the background. This was perfect to wake him up a bit and focus him on the tasks ahead. After a while though, the essence transformed and started to really pulse. A creaminess paired with a smokiness took over, which generally gave Geralt just the right balance to feel comfortable. After a few hours, the wood notes paired with the leather came through more and more strongly, and the smell of this marvel of alchemy transformed once again into a gentle, elegant, yet masculine companion for the night.

Geralt never felt more connected to nature than when "Epic" surrounded him, and the impression of the power of the forest being within him inspired him anew each time. Geralt preferred to wear his Epic in autumn and winter, but found it quite suitable for spring and cooler summer days as well. He also found that it suited his age well, Geralt being over 100 years old, thank mutation. For mere mortals, however, he found that this scent aura would be suitable for people over 30. Not that he planned on ever sharing his tincture with anyone...

The good thing about this true potion was that it radiated enough into the immediate surroundings to create two uses. His opponents in battle were usually infatuated long enough for Geralt to gain an advantage. However, women were not averse to Geralt either, not least because of his fragrant aura, which was due to "Epic". Although Geralt's facial expression was often motionless, as usual with sorcerers, he is - contrary to the usual insinuations - anything but insensitive; he loved the sorceress Yennefer von Vengerberg. And she had complimented Geralt on Epic not only once, and Yennefer had to know what made a good scent, after all, she was a famous mage and therefore familiar with elixirs by profession alone. She herself used the scent of lilac and gooseberry as perfume, which Geralt liked very much. But this was another story...

Just at the moment Geralt was snapped out of his thoughts of Yennefer, the Bruxa launched her first strike with her sharp teeth and claws. Deftly Geralt spun around with a pirouette and stroked the Bruxa's arm with his sword. The Bruxa cried out and retreated a bit. Geralt used this moment to take his green flask out of his breast pocket and wrap himself in an aura of magical energy. This fight was going to be epic..
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Underestimated by many
The fragrance I had tried last year twice. Hardly sprayed on one takes a spicy scent mixed with incense was. It develops wonderfully, oud comes through and you wear the scent all day on the skin and it is never annoying. On clothes it lasts a few days. Definitely recommend
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Elysium

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Elysium
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The Guardian Of The Legend
Based on the notes alone, I expected to enjoy Amouage Epic Man right away, as I love oud-based perfumes. A quick sniff, and it's a very green soapy style, but leave the nose there, and it's much more complex and intriguing. It is an elaborate spiced fougère, which differs from monumental fougères by its conspicuous use of dry incense and the smoky interpretation of oud. This fragrance is mainly based on a medicinal and clean oud's interplay against a beautiful green accord. It is, therefore, a pleasant break from the usual Middle Eastern creations of oud-rose or oud-saffron. Its character is sacred and meditative, but at the same time, its nuances are sensual, sexual, and raw. It is as divine as it is diabolical. While wearing it, it feels like you are entering a grand temple on a warm Arabian night; there are torches on the side walls. I imagine the Persian god-king Xerxes I, also known as Xerxes the Great, a 5th-century Achaemenid king of the Persian empire. He is best known for leading the massive invasion of Greece, marked by Thermopylae, Salamis, and Plataea's battles.

The initial blast is pure brilliance, and I observe a stunning rendition of liturgical incense, raw and severe, yet lush and voluptuous, paired with a generous dose of pepper berries and a handful of green cardamom. A hint of mace and myrtle leaves reinforce the green edge, while nutmeg and cumin complete the opening's spicy tones. There is also a little bit of mint, which, combined with spices and resins, gives the whole a pleasant hot-cold duality, especially for the first hour. I don't perceive leathery saffron, at least not at this stage. Oliban is flanked by a lively market of spicy notes, which gives Epic Man a tempting and robust opening. So far, I get a pleasant European-style cologne, more fougère and green than oriental and woody, definitely not some heady and opulent Omani elixir. Remarkably, the initial phase is balsamic, smoky, and fresh, and I would say incredibly fresh. It is surprisingly well blended without losing structure. The opening is full of spice, opulent without being ostentatious, and the exclusive perfume follows this theme. This, perhaps, is the true beauty of Epic Man.

After about ten minutes, the oud's medicinal aspect mixed with the notes of resinous myrrh and bitter green geranium reminds me of a couple of colognes I have, namely L'Eau Bleue d'Issey pour Homme and Gai Mattiolo Man's. I am neither comparing nor saying that they are similar or clones of each other; instead, at this point in the journey, all three share such a mentholated and medicinal atmosphere typical in iodine. Yes, saffron, oud, and myrrh play a significant role, but they support and develop the scent rather than stand out. There is less spiciness on your face at this stage, and a sweet, smooth fragrance emerges from the start quite powerful.

Epic has a dry heart and bottom reminiscent of the best Arabic style soaps. The blend of oud, pink pepper, and frankincense provides a refreshing and sparkling effect to the fragrance. If you go to shops in the Middle East, chances are you'll find organic soaps with different fragrance varieties, including oud and ambergris. Epic Man recreates the refreshing and luminous accord of an expensive organic oud-based soap, such as Aleppo soap. Once the opening phase has stabilized, rich incense and clear oud lightly shape the wood and spices along with a touch of expertly blended castoreum. Castoreum adds the old school feels and somehow makes it slightly detached in a good way and mixed with incense, and it feels less animalic than what we get in Chanel Antaeus.

Additionally, castoreum and resins provide an amber background against which the other woods resonate. The scent needs a good one or two hours to settle on the skin and allow the base of leather, sandalwood, and musk to tame the resinous opening. Due to the creamy sandalwood and soft musks, Epic Man has an excellent deep, smooth base. The dryness is both incisive and translucent; the persistent oud, smoky woods determine its character, incense echoes, and myrrh. The oud is noticeable but not overbearing, being so beautifully blended with the base notes' animal warmth and leather components.

I would wear Epic Man in the cold season, late fall and winter, both day and night. Easy to wear to the office or for a casual dinner if you don't apply too much. From a projection standpoint, this is a heavy hitter. It also has good longevity. Not for everyone, the crowd doesn't like it, but this one will appeal to a subset of society.

This review bases upon a decant I own since February 2021.

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My absolute favorite fragrance
The headline says it all. This fragrance is great class.
From the outset, Amouage Epic Man captivates with the smell of pink pepper. Pink pepper is, in my view, an absolutely first-class, but unfortunately far too rarely used fragrance note. I particularly like the combination of sweetness and the peppery spiciness at the same time. Both in one works in my opinion attractive, but elegant and steadfast at the same time.
After a few minutes, resins, wood and a leathery component join the pink pepper and give the fragrance a much more masculine and steadfast character. The fragrance is especially by the resins and I guess also some myrrh now clearly further developed. As it progresses, more spices join in and round out the perfume elegantly. Particularly out I smell saffron, which is basically a spice of class and geranium, which gives the fragrance a slightly mystical aura.
Who can wear this fragrance?
I don't see an age limit for Amouage Epic Man. From my point of view, it is a fragrance that fits especially on charismatics.
What does the fragrance exude?
"Everything under control." Amouage Epic Man is steadfast and determined like a boss, and at the same time sweet and fall-able like a good lover. Additionally, this fragrance exudes trustworthiness, which fits both the boss and the lover .
Although I would not have thought it possible myself: girls tend to like this fragrance very much. At least those from 20
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Vicarious
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Something's wrong with Nasi??
You surely know the Vio commercial with the dead rabbit and Mr. Berg, "something is wrong with Hasi". With me it's the Nasi... Something is wrong with Nasi, because I have finally found my Parfumo anti-Duft, a fragrance where I am not d'accord with the majority of the Parfumos
In one of the advertisements Mr Berg wants to exchange the rabbit, he still has the receipt In the case of Epic, I urgently need it, either to give back my nose or at least the scent.

I always find such "anti-fragrances" particularly interesting, because I usually cannot really understand what people don't like. Here it is finally here, here I am the anti and here I can not understand what is wrong with your Nasis.

To the fragrance: I do not perceive much more than incense here. At least not in a way that I could enjoy it, which is very sad, because behind the incense I mean to recognize a very good and complex scent
But the incense totally ruins it for me. Maybe I have to mention that I used to be in a big choir and as a boy I recovered at least twice a month for mass in the Regensburg cathedral. The smell of incense is omnipresent in Epic. For me this smell unfortunately smells like the caretaker of the church, who lives next to the cemetery and it is incomprehensible to me why one voluntarily wants to smell like that.

Please don't get me wrong here, everybody should wear what he wants and for heaven's sake - do what you like! There's nothing worse than people like Jeremy Fragrance trying to tell people that it's all about "ladies reactions" anyway. And when I put on perfume, it's to please the others
Far from it - I wear a fragrance because I like it and because it accompanies/ complements me optimally in the respective situation/ day. Just think, we all feel the same
Nevertheless, of course, whoever wears this fragrance must be aware that it definitely creates a "WTF", especially with the non-perfumes out there. Not that the one or other granny who catches the scent in the staircase nor calls the fire department or at least checks again whether she has really extinguished her incense sticks.

As I said, it's a pity, the fragrance has a lot of potential for me, it has something very extraordinary and fresh although it is actually quite dark. The concert of spices is a force and without this all overlaying incense / Myhree note I would probably even find it quite good. The perceptible base of oud and leather would actually be very nice and amazing that despite this dark base one has managed to create a certain freshness.

In general, I can recommend everyone to remember their last church visit and the smell, pretty much the same for me the Epic Man.

There will be some more reviews to follow, so everything is right with my nose.
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Aleks
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An Epic All-Round
The episode of a time travel

There's an Arab proverb that says...
When the cat was told that your excrement could be used as medicine, she started to hide it That's pretty poetic

In order to broaden your cultural horizon, you have to go far away.
Welcome to the other side of the world!

The center of a world religion, is located in a 3000 year old old old city surrounded by huge city walls Country and people so different and impressions that you only know from documentaries.

It is July 2018, summer local time 12 noon.
A day that could not be more beautiful, bright sunshine, the heat drives the beads of sweat on your forehead.
The T-shirt, like a second skin, sweating so wet.
The alleys I walk through give me the feeling that time has stopped here.
I myself have the feeling that nothing has changed here since the last century.
Well...
As a European, you quickly reach your limits and here there is such an alienating aura somehow, which cannot be put into words.
Whoever moves here is simply different.
The scenery in the quarter looks like something out of The Passion of Christ.

What is offered here is very rare in Europe.
The enthusiasm for souvenirs increases from shop to shop and from one market stall to another.
In the alleys there is a smell of oriental cuisine and old stone.
Hunger comes up...
But there are also some peculiarities with the food, if only because of the large selection of spices that are available here.
Where with the European standard apothecary cabinet in the kitchen, with turmeric the repertoire comes to an end, here it really starts.

I make myself comfortable on a restaurant roof terrace and order a shawarma (is a kind of kebab for some who don't know) and water.
The planet is burning and we move in the shade at a temperature of 35 degrees.
From up here, you can observe the hustle and bustle in the old town.
The view is gigantic!
My gaze wanders around and wanders down.
I notice a little shop down on the corner.
After lunch, I pay for my lunch and go to the shop in question.

To the left of the entrance is an old man sitting on a chair.
I greet him with Shalom, but I can't say if that is right, but my feeling is that it is.
I take a variety of smells was and also immediately realize why ...
This shop consists only of spices, oils and a lot of dried fruits and a selection of nuts.
A diversity that is second to none!
All packed up and in such a small space.
The shop owner also enters, but no sound between us.
He's watching my moves that's it.

The initial communication between us seems difficult.
I'm going to get started on my English...
Hi,
You have a really large selection of spices here. It's incredible.

The old man just looks at me...

I'm going to make a second attempt...
Do you speak English?

Apparently he has understood this and is only shaking his head.
Well, I'm thinking, that'll be fun
I start to take a closer look at the spices, my nose is hanging over the baskets.
Some things are clearly identifiable by their appearance and smell, others not at all.
I try to make myself understood from a mix of hand signals and an Arabic English.
Apparently it worked and he hands me a transparent bag and points to a small shovel that is lying in a spice basket.
I grab these and start filling the first bag with a curry mixture.
The old man notices early on that someone wants to buy something here and animates me by putting out more bags.
Little by little I discover spices that I have never seen before.
I get into a real rush and fill one bag after another.

After 20 minutes of trying and studying, I ask him to label these bags for me.
I am not a spice specialist and at home, I would like to be able to distinguish between them He pulls out a black Edding pen and labels bag for bag.
When he was finished he stuffed all the bags into a big one and handed it over to me.

Normally I am a person who likes to act, here I spare myself the action.
I considered it appropriate from the point of view of the problem of comprehensibility.
I pay, say goodbye and leave his business.

The following days I kept the bag in my hotel room.

When I was back in Germany, I unpacked my suitcase.
What an explosion of scent it was when I opened this suitcase.
The spice bag went immediately into the kitchen cupboard.
Nice to have a new suitcase again, too bad for the old one, I can only say.
But believe me, even after a few days of extreme ventilation on the balcony, the smell wouldn't go away. I could only dispose of the suitcase, because the power of the spices had eaten into it.
Only a few months later I took the bag out again.
But what was waiting for me there, I did not expect at all.

There is a second Arabian proverb that says.
The best knowledge is what you know, when you need it

I opened the bag and the shock hit me. Apparently, the extreme heat had loosened the labeling.

What the fuck was I thinking?
And now... ...what else can I do?
I use my eyes, my sense of smell and taste, and the rest is, and will remain...

An epic potpourri ;)
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Reo
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light oriental game :D
I wore the scent back in Egypt. It also gave me this Arabian aura and fitted in wonderfully. A very good fragrance that brings something new with it. Anyway the whole Amouage series I find just heavenly. Interlud Men is not bad either, but I can't keep up with Epic Man.
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Eliassport
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Quality Perfume
I have to admit that I really appreciate the brand Amouage, because it is known for its high quality and the mostly regional ingredients like the silver incense from Oman
Interlude and Reflection one I already have in my possession, and that I do not regret lastingly. You can always smell the quality, especially with Interlude.

We now come to Epic Man.

The start begins spicy-smoky. The incense is present from beginning to end, it is probably the main note surrounded by components that round it off softer.
Myrrh and oud are also clearly perceptible, other notes I can't quite make out.

Plain language: The beginning begins very smoky and spicy, the incense is very present. After a few minutes the myrrh joins in more or the fragrance becomes a little softer.
After hours, the incense, myrrh and oud are softly rounded off by the sandalwood.

Top marks: Frankincense, myrrh and oud
The durability is very good with over 10 hours and the projection is strong in the beginning but quickly becomes a bit more restrained, but still remains perceptible all the time until it finally becomes completely skinny.
Means: For 10 hours it remains perceptible on my skin

The quality is really high, you simply notice this high quality in the ingredients. Emotionally, a natural warmth simply comes up without any thought of synthetics. That is what is important for me. To wear a fragrance where you feel naturally good, where you know and feel that what I wear here radiates quality and class, accordingly it supports the thoughts more into the positive, to be able to order natural things, if you perceive it consciously. Simply great.

I see the fragrance in the evening in an elegant upscale atmosphere, where one wants to radiate uniqueness. In fact this fragrance is very unique.
Also on a date with elegant appearance it fits very well. Also to feel good, because it simply radiates high quality.

As is well known, it must also be said that silver frankincense from Oman is used, which is accomplished or extracted in a very elaborate way.
Before they can extract the incense from the trees or tree resins, the Omani people stand in front of the tree and worship the demon that protects the tree, as it was often destroyed long ago. This is the ritual of the Omanis.

Crazy details that are extremely characterized by high expenditure - even if it is produced in mass - and it simply makes it special.
You can tell :-)
Top fragrance with long shelf life, extremely good quality and high uniqueness.
Anything but mainstream :-)

Best regards
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Finerthings8Finerthings8 3 months ago
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I love resinous fragrances,this is one of the best.Rich,warm,complex and true Amouage quality.
Blako11Blako11 4 months ago
My perception is that it smells like a mix between medicinal, minty, fresh and herbal.
BoBoChampBoBoChamp 1 year ago
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A slightly smoky, yet intensely spiced dry-resinous Fall fragrance, balanced by a pronounced animalic leathery-woody base. Huge complexity!
Amazon1975Amazon1975 2 years ago
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I can understand people not liking it....it certainly isn't for everyone.....but I love it....got a 100ml bottle for very cheap and its love
Carlitos01Carlitos01 2 years ago
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This perfume has an amount of darkness, a pint of smoke, some quantity of incense, five spoons of spices and a bit of oud. Perfect recipe!
JoaoMartinsJoaoMartins 3 years ago
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Super masculin scent. Class in a bottle. I don't think you can wear this one casually to be honest. Still one of the best Amouages for sure
Giesta40Giesta40 4 years ago
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The best Amouage for man, after Jubilation XXV.
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HermeshHermesh 6 years ago
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Cedar, oud, all kind of spices and incense creates a woody scent rich of notes. Tension between fresh and warm.
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Reflection Man by Amouage Jubilation XXV Man by Amouage Lyric Woman (Extrait de Parfum) by Amouage Memoir Woman (Eau de Parfum) by Amouage Homage by Amouage Dia Woman (Extrait de Parfum) by Amouage Memoir Man by Amouage Interlude 53 by Amouage Dia Man by Amouage Sunshine Woman by Amouage Lyric Woman (Eau de Parfum) by Amouage Journey Man by Amouage Interlude Man by Amouage Epic Woman (Eau de Parfum) by Amouage Lilac Love (Eau de Parfum) by Amouage Sunshine Man by Amouage Beloved Man by Amouage Library Collection - Opus VI by Amouage Honour Woman (Eau de Parfum) by Amouage Dia Woman (Eau de Parfum) by Amouage