Amarige Mariage 2006

Amarige Mariage by Givenchy
Bottle Design Serge Mansau
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Amarige Mariage is a perfume by Givenchy for women and was released in 2006. The scent is oriental-sweet. It was last marketed by LVMH. Pronunciation
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamotBergamot Bitter orangeBitter orange
Heart Notes Heart NotesMagnoliaMagnolia CinnamonCinnamon Egyptian jasmineEgyptian jasmine
Base Notes Base NotesBenzoinBenzoin PatchouliPatchouli SandalwoodSandalwood

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Scent

6.650 Ratings

Longevity

7.535 Ratings

Sillage

6.931 Ratings

Bottle

7.241 Ratings
Submitted by DonVanVliet, last update on 24.05.2019.
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Rubyred

49 Reviews
Rubyred
Rubyred
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Swapped it away
Spicy oriental slightly floral underneath all that oily spice.
Coudn't do it, swapped it with Seatonica for Guess Seductive, which I can wear. If you like oriential spicy (I don't) this has good projection and lasts a long while.
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5
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5
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5
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Sherapop

1239 Reviews
Sherapop
Sherapop
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Anagrammatic and doubly symbolic of the post-Angel sweet patchouli perfume fall-out
Givenchy AMARIGE MARIAGE bears virtually no resemblance to its namesake, AMARIGE, which may explain the negative reviews I've seen--a reaction to dashed expectations.

If my vial were not a manufacturer-produced, carded sample, I could easily have mistaken this for a flanker of Thierry Mugler ANGEL. Lots of sweet patchouli in a pleasant floral mix, AMARIGE MARIAGE is essentially another patchouli frag among so many others which erupted on the scene post-ANGEL.

The staying power is quite good, and the sillage pretty big, but I'd have to say that AMARIGE MARIAGE is more or less interchangeable with any among the entire panoply of sweet patchouli frags. Nothing remarkable or new here, but nice, if sweet patchouli is your thing (which is a big if...).

The dominant floral here is jasmine, so perhaps that's the "link" to AMARIGE? Still, a pretty weak link, given that jasmine figures so prominently in so many floral frags. Maybe it's time to stop trying to make sense of flankers?

The anagrammatic name is a clever twist. Better than a plastic flower cap that doubles as a bracelet, I'd say.
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