Summary: I bought a collection of J. Del Pozo fragrances and this was included. I tried it today and I could hardly keep my hand away from my nose. This fragrance is heavenly. I only hope no one discovers this one. It is going to be my secret. LOL I hope you all try it. It is wonderful.
Summary: Like Jesus del Pozo IN BLACK, the first thing out of the bottle upon spritzing IN WHITE smells frighteningly close to chemical waste. (Having worked in an organic chemistry laboratory, I can speak ex cathedra on the topic of the scent of chemical waste.) I hate to say this, because both perfumes improve dramatically as they dry down. But the opening is in fact very off-putting, and always makes me initially think that the perfumes have turned.
Summary: This is a likeable fragrance, but I'm completely puzzled as to why it's called "Ambar." It's soft and pretty with citrus and green tea and just a hint of something darker. It seems like a slightly woodier version of Roger + Gallet Green Tea (The Vert), which I use as a nighttime refresher in the depths of summer. I think I'd rate this more highly if it had a name (and bottle color) more appropriate to its scent.
Summary: Initially started warm, sensual and measured with a gentle sweetness. The top notes are very fresh, and clean; it settles into a beautiful floral. The musk is beautitful. You can't go wrong with adding this one to your collection.
Pros: Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Long-Lasting, Sensual
Summary: Beautiful young but adult jasmine fragrance that is so sweet and alluring. it has resemblance to Pure Poison. Price is very good soft fluffy white flower fragrance. In addition, since the more diverse with Fragrance X Perfume was able to receive them quickly and safely. Very satisfied.
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Draws Compliments, Great Smell