A very refined amber
Ambre is a perfume on amber, which shows us a sweet, elegant and very powdery fragrance, somewhat feminine, but nothing worrying for a self-confident man.
The aroma of this perfume is soft, delicate and sweet at all times, although it is not cloying or excessive. It does not show us a hard or intense amber, on the contrary, it shows us the most innocent facet of this resin. At the beginning, very sweet and vanilla amber is perceived, with a quite remarkable resinous air, this vanilla is very well executed and does not have excesses of sweetness. Little by little the aroma begins to dust and you feel the amber wrapped by the vanilla and a floral note that I would not know how to define, and all this, on a background of patchouli and sandalwood. Here the amber loses some sweetness and begins to exude elegance, creating a sophisticated and sober aroma, with a very beautiful and powdery floral-woody point, something feminine, but still exquisite. This way the aroma is maintained until it dies on the skin, except for a small vaporous balsamic veil that appears in the final drying, which could be due to opoponax, but always slightly powdery.
The development of this perfume is very fast, the aforementioned is felt in the first hour of application, then the aroma remains unchanged until the end. This perfume infuses me with the image of an attractive and sophisticated woman, dressed in a suit, an executive, an enterprising woman, who knows what she wants and is not daunted by anything.
The performance of the perfume is good, about 8 or 9 hours on skin and with a very good trail in the first hours, then it goes to moderate high. It is a perfume for cold or temperate climates and to dress it, indifferently, both day and night.
For me, the aroma has a certain feminine air, which makes me not finish loving it and can only say that I like it. It is not feminine to the point of not being able to dress a man, I will continue dressing it until it runs out, but yes, it would be good a tasting before.