Azzaro pour Homme Amber Fever 2018

Azzaro pour Homme Amber Fever by Azzaro
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Azzaro pour Homme Amber Fever is a popular perfume by Azzaro for men and was released in 2018. The scent is spicy-resinous. It is being marketed by L'Oréal.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesFrench clary sage
Heart Notes Heart NotesCocoa absolute, Frankincense
Base Notes Base NotesAmber, Tonka bean, Benzoin

Ratings

Scent

8.441 Ratings

Longevity

7.438 Ratings

Sillage

6.938 Ratings

Bottle

7.750 Ratings

Value for money

8.311 Ratings
Submitted by Franfan20, last update on 29.03.2021.
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8
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Decloak
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Helpful Review    6  
IN A FLURRY OF FRAGRANCES
The scent drums. (Sage, cocoa, incense.)

Flaconic colors unmistakably pointing to the realm of flames. Lit by fire. No, you can't fight such olfactory explosions either, that heavy and cloying breath fogging you in! In the dugout: pull your chin tighter to your chest! Offer less nose target!

Scent drums. (Cocoa, incense, amber.)

Hoping for duds, but the olfactory notes are (with almost demonic ease) the purest dumdums! Full cover!? Alone one surprises his patch more than once at the spout of the 'thunderstorm canister'. Lifeless, too often been mere snooping soldier. No medal of valour, no officer's rank.

Scent drums. (Cocoa, incense, amber.)

Yes, stay away from us with the pineapples! Strike all nasal senses to break the monotony of being a scent funnel! Away with the scent-blasting helmets, complete with neiport armor!

Scent drums. (Cocoa, amber, incense, tonka bean.)

The collision with a second camouflaged nose, preferably a female one, must now be so scent-drumming short and pitiless. In lofty anticipation of the fuse laid nose kiss ...

Scent drums. (Cocoa, amber, incense, tonka bean.)

Another murderous scent trail comes flying after US. Is it for her? Is it for me? Is it for you and me? Commands like "GET OUT!" are unknown to us. Maintain the olfactory link! The descending branch of the olfactory pathway ends just above No Man's Nose Land.

Scent drums. (Cocoa, amber, incense, tonka bean.)

An accelerant perfume in the midst of such peril is dynamite, heck, medicine! By so expertly jumbling their curves and progressions, the fragrance notes create a balance that makes the event seem worthwhile. An olfactory game, which is certainly not under a million torn off uniform buttons to have!?

Scent drums. (Cocoa, amber, incense, tonka bean, vanilla.)

As she, Recruit XY, races through the combat zone with claw-like hands outstretched, spraying a shower of scent like machine-gun salvos onto the ground, "Huiiiii!", one barely manages to wrestle the joy-giver from her. Good girl (... yes, on the other hand, too), ifschon she still wants to resist even at this moment.

The scent drums. (Cocoa, amber, incense, tonka bean, vanilla.)

Feeling that in 'peacetime' it can merely disturb (nothing new in the West, basically), the scent creeps nimbly away: gradually drumming out after so many hours.

Army report: the fever strength of our 100-ml bullet is equal to the live marshmallow of two, four, seven, twenty-one infantry divisions! "Your Generalities: report obediently, A DRUM FIRE OF A DUKE!!!" Brewed and forged to set men in motion toward each other, and from fire(-spray) blast to fire(-spray) blast, to hurl a fresh pair of hearts into the Dantean surf. Or more prosaically: as if relentlessly seized by a nostril-sneaking mysterious will and driven with sniper precision and all the possibilities of being hit to the focal points of human togetherness. Grated in the sporty final battle of adulated (and ambered and cocoaed and ...) bodies!
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Mantus
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Top Review    4  
Cocoa wrapped in incense threads
The first thing you can perceive is an intense and powerful, slightly sweetish, freshly ethereal herbaceous note, which carries a fine, deep, distinctive spiciness in the background and is due to the 'clary sage'.

A little later a deep and dense, slightly gourmand note can be perceived, which even builds up a little bit in very slow steps and reveals a homemade warm 'cocoa', which exudes a delicate creamy powdery aura.

The cocoa is enveloped by a very light, yet clear, even a little cool resinous note, as if it were interwoven with transparent threads, which gives the fragrance a pleasant, gentle aura and comes from 'incense'.

In the last 3 hours, a sweet and spicy note is perceptible, which gives the base a pleasant and cuddly aspect and comes from the 'amber'.

The amber is underlined by a light creamy powdery almond note, which hides a very fine, sweet, balsamic, vanilla-scented nuance in the background and gives the fragrance a smooth finish and I suspected the use of 'tonka bean' and 'vanilla' instead of 'benzoin'.

Altogether the fragrance lasts 6.5 hours on my skin.

The Sillage is designed from the beginning to be 3 hours on a well perceptible three-quarter arm length, before it is reduced in quiet steps until the fragrance is finished.

I would like to express my sincere thanks to our perfume "Honk1510" for the bottling.
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Rquill67

201 Reviews
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This is the BEST Azzaro Fragrance!
Azzaro Pour Homme Amber Fever is the best in the line from Azzaro. It's rich, deep, not too sweet (a dry sweetness). It's spicy and while it is linear that's okay. Doesn't project like a beast or anything but gets the job done. I would say great for anytime of the year, day or night. I give this one a 10/10. I believe this is an underrated gem and if you like amber fragrances, this is definitely worth the pick-up.
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MonsieurTest
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Top Review    30  
Ingeniously tailored cocoa-incense-amber cape enchants spice classics in Cuddly King

With this warmly flattering, elegant fragrance, which invites you to come closer and cuddle up, Azzaro has created a first-class men's fragrance. An ideal perfume for the evening at the opera or theatre and everything that follows. It spreads a lively, seductive aura and a touch of non-animal eroticism. I (almost) put this perfume, which is as serious as it is soft, on a par with Guerlain's 'Heritage' and my beloved 'L'Instant de Guerlain pour homme', with which he shares the unsweet and tart cocoa. Guerlain's 'Instant' frames his dark chocolate with star anise and jasmine a tick sweeter than Azzaro's Amber Fever, which contains clary sage and subtle incense.

Actually I had some difficulties with (the classic) Azzaro: In the late 80s I used a bottle once. But soon more seductive, oriental-influenced charms came: Lagerfeld Classic, YSL Jazz - or enchanting newcomers like Armani's Eau pour homme. All of them looked more modern, friendly and less brown from their cases, both visually and in terms of colour. Thus an aversion to this multi-layered dark fougère was established and a - in retrospect erroneous - judgement was established: Azzaro was old-fashioned, stuffy, somehow yesterday. It took some reading and careful re-testing over the past years to appreciate the classic Azzaro as what it certainly is: one or even THE classic Aromatic Fougère, the epitome of sophisticatedly balanced green-woody spiciness from 20 ingredients.

Amber fever is different in almost everything and yet in some ways comparable or even noticeably related, even if: more contemporary, more pleasing. The flacon is similar (same shape, color variation) and presents the rather independent Amber Fever as a flanker of its oldschool predecessor from 1978. A slightly bevelled, angular 70's box - the cars around 1980 lost all their curves and became angular for some years. What was once progressive is now retrofuturistic.

There is little overlap in the list of ingredients: Clary sage is present in both, though not dominant. Both show similarity in their spiciness. Whereas the spiciness of Amber Fever is largely based on a restrained incense at a moderate temperature without pungency, the classic spiced up more broadly and sharply with caraway, cardamom, juniper, lavender, moss, cedar and aniseed. The old one had more edges as a result; it irritates my nose even in the top and heart notes with a certain juniper-like cumininess and weediness. Whereas Amber Fever appears round and soft from beginning to end without appearing limp or even too pleasing.

The Amber Fever did not need long or detouring introductions to conquer me. It complements its tart spiciness with minimal sweetness and the elegant depth that cocoa notes provide in combination with delicate veils of incense that work their way to the foreground. The slightly greenish Muscat sage is embraced by fresh cocoa notes and gives the whole thing a dark, warm note from the start, which I find to be dark and warm, and prevents it from slipping into contemporary sweetness: only a hint of sweetness accompanies the tart cocoa and the ambered incense.

The classic Azzaro I prefer to imagine a businessman or scientist at work, while the Amber Fever is more likely to perform in the evening and in more intimate settings. Both are more likely to be in the adult programme. I see Amber Fever as a cuddly scent, as a sympathetic and alluring means for going out. It has a pleasantly moderate silage and acceptable durability.

This Azzaro flanker was apparently only distributed in a limited way (why???). Therefore interested people should probably not hesitate too long. Also the estimation of the esteemed colleagues here at Parfumo indicate that the scent (the few who had it under the NAse) is pleasing. Which is why - in view of the feverish water that is hardly ever found in perfume shops and that was probably not even marketed in Germany - an Internet blind purchase could be considered.

I see his areas of application more in the area of social or intimate gatherings than for work. Due to a certain heaviness and density, it probably fits better in autumn and winter than in summer. I just wore it on rainy summer days in my home office and enjoyed its warming comfort. I can imagine Amber Fever on younger people much better than the classic Azzaro. On women who don't like to appear sweet or flowery, I would like it too. In short: a great fragrance!
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Camey5000
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Top Review    15  
My Amber Number 11

Azzaro pour Homme - Amber Fever

In flickering sunbeams a warm leather scent embraces us. Finest perforated nubuck leather. In a delicate cloud of green muscatel ointment.

This is Amber playing with Fever. And you feel it right away. A little warm, almost chilly. So tender, you might speak of a fever in repressed passion. It's warm, caressing breath
Amber shows up fast, hovering. Dry wood is only available in a dull brown, cinnamon as a hint. The scent is carried by the green-sparking clary sage and sparing incense. Delicate resinous. Delicately spicy. Benzoin flakes give a hint of vanilla, tonka bean flatters. And I still have that green accent in my nose.

The scent invites you to cuddle up. With delicate cocoa, even in a cup. And with tender chair backs. To come closer.

Thirty centimeters of fragrance.
(Scent9,0 - HK 6,0 - Sil 6,0 - Fl 6,0)
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Statements

BertolucciKBertolucciK 1 month ago
8.5
Scent
6
Longevity
5
Sillage
7
Bottle
In the beautiful opening, I get the fresh clary sage with the well balanced sweetness of the amber and the dark cocoa. Also benzoin, tonka.
Nik604Nik604 3 months ago
8.4 rating for this ethyl maltol cheap bomb..hmmm looks like the decent and "non engaged " information is so in deficit now days ...
Carlitos01Carlitos01 2 years ago
8.5
Scent
8
Longevity
7
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8
Bottle
What could be just an Azzaro flanker, is an amber temple sweetened by spices & cocoa.
Valentino Intense met Dior Ambre and made Amber Fever.
DPArtistDPArtist 3 years ago
9.5
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9
Longevity
8
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9
Bottle
A simply gorgeous & warming amber scent, it's another classy, under the radar Azzaro release. A modern yet ultimately timeless fragrance.

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