Excerpt: This fragrance is a first very sweet, but soon dries down to a soft amber cloud. Very wearable. When I don't know what to spritz on in the morning, this is a go-to fragrance. Good for all occasions. Clings to a soft sweater or scarf, but that's alright.
Pros: Draws Compliments, Feminine, Great Smell, Great Value, Long-Lasting, Not Overpowering, Sensual
Summary: To begin, the name is misleading. Although the amber note is widely used (we all know why) and to be more precise, abused in perfumery, the big majority of us, the fragrance fans, have more or less a general idea of how the right amber note smells, evolves and projects.
Summary: If you have Hermes taste on a discount shopping budget, Ambre de Cabochard might work for you! This one smells like a great substitute for Ambre Narguile of the Hermessence line of fragrances. Fruity and very sweet, when the sugar burns off after the first couple hours, the amber shows itself.
Summary: This is simply a delightful amber. I almost could stop right there. But of course I wont. Hints of Floral and a touch of Fruit make just the perfect caress in the opening. Leather speaks up, giving it a unisex depth.
Summary: I really like this! It reminds me alot of V pour Homme by Valentino, with a little extra oomph! The drydown is VERY similar, the mids are comparable (VPH is a bit more spicy with a cumin note), but the top notes of this one are much more extreme - dare I say better.
Summary: I had high hopes for this - amber and leather! But they took a beautiful, light leather fragrance and pimped it out with hyper-sweet vanilla (I couldn't even find any amber notes under the cotton candy smell).