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My Amber Number 33
Chopard - Amber Malaki
As you like it - harmony and change
Incense and orange blossom in jumelage. A tremendous beginning. Balsamic, spicy, lush, intoxicating. And a sting. A sting like rhubarb or green, freshly cut twigs and sour papyrus. Papyrus, opulent like the original Nile. Grassy, almost dull. Slightly rotten green. Reminiscent of the Sudd.
Then with force! Princely Amber appears. In medium brown, in medium sweet, in medium wet. Opulent. Nothing is light and ethereal yet. No, there is abundance here and the fine cistus fights its way slowly but resolutely into the limelight. The ingredients have conquered their stage.
The curtain opens wide for a royal wedding. For the jumelage of amber and vanilla. Incredibly persistent, warm and delicate, flattering and light. Continuous applause.
And the hero is called Malaki. Is called Vanilla. No, Amber. No vanilla. No Amber ...
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