Ambre et Vanille (1935) Eau de Toilette

Ambre et Vanille (Eau de Toilette) by E. Coudray
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Ambre et Vanille (Eau de Toilette) is a perfume by E. Coudray for women and was released in 1935. The scent is sweet-gourmand. The longevity is above-average. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamot, Bitter orange, Orange, Ylang-ylang
Heart Notes Heart NotesHeliotrope, Iris, Tonka bean, Cinnamon
Base Notes Base NotesAmber, Patchouli, Vanilla

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Scent

7.3 (111 Ratings)

Longevity

8.4 (84 Ratings)

Sillage

7.7 (78 Ratings)

Bottle

7.5 (82 Ratings)
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Soft autumn scent with aftermath
The base craved Coudray Ambre et Vanille - and since she lives in the deep deep fir, far away from any civilization, I set off for downtown.

I like to run errands like this, but I have a good reason to visit my perfumery - without any interest of my own.
That's how I sell it to my husband - and he doesn't want to be rude.

Oh, that's where that chump picked something nice!

The sweet orange is juicy to bite in so it spills.
Beguiling ylang blends with aromatic cinnamon - and the scent turns golden orange, like the Indian Summer.
Iridescent heliotrope flashes, powdered by Iris and rounded by Tonka.
Vanilla completes the round fragrance with its sweetish fullness.

Ambre shows maturity and perfection like the mild autumn.

A good choice for the dear Landbase.

I happen to discover musc et freesia from the same label, and I think this is a good sequel to this successful purchase.

This one goes into MY pocket.

Come on "soon in this theater
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Old World Scent
Why do I love this so much? It is not my type of fragrance at all. Had I listened to the reviews, I would never have bought this but I am glad I was skeptical. This is a ultra feminine fragrance done in the old style. It is extremely powdery and opens like Chanel No. 5. There is that citric note that usually graces ancient perfumes. Then the mellow amber/vanilla enters the picture. The sillage on this eau de toilette is monstrous. I adore the bottle and the sprayer releases quite a bit of perfume on each spray. The lasting power is fair and I note a burnt vanilla type of drydown which is very addictive. I love this when I am feeling nostalgic. I picture Marie Antoinette, powdered wigs and dainty bottles of cologne. The new packaging that Coudray implemented is very attractive. I believe I will be looking around for some complementary bath products from this line.

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