I have to stretch a little to describe what Ambre Sultan means to me.
Last winter, I fell in love with Grand Soir | Maison Francis Kurkdjian - hard. Those spicy, warm and soft components combined with a heaviness, a weight that I hadn't known before - and it took me back to my grandma's kitchen...
I loved smelling its spray - only unfortunately I lacked the appropriate occasions to wear it.
Then someone messaged me on Parfumo asking if I could part with it - and I said yes. And then I was sorry.
How could I let this heavenly, but hard to wear fragrance go like that?!
There might have come opportunities to get to know each other better...
And then I got to know Ambre sultan Eau de Parfum
And that has hit me like a bomb.
Spicy, warm, soft - so much weight.
Like Grand Soir
, only more masculine, sensual - and wearable! Ambre sultan Eau de Parfum
starts right away with this warm spicy orientalism, which accompanies him all the time - and after a short time a special feature creeps in, a tone that can be better described with the English funky than with the German Animalik, because it hits it less. Ambre sultan Eau de Parfum
is not animalic, but he has this fresh, incredibly exciting note, which some here in the forum with the fur of a cat describe.
Please don't be put off: this is really just background and perfectly integrated.
But just this twist makes Ambre sultan Eau de Parfum
so incredibly pleasant, so exciting, so exciting - and so wearable! Ambre sultan Eau de Parfum
is for me a perfect fragrance for cold days.
A classic, which rightly has its permanent place on people's shelves for almost 30 years - and for me an absolute stroke of luck, because he has not only made up for my "loss", but still far exceeded!