Summary: I wore this for a short while back in the winter of 2008-09 when my child was a toddler. I felt it to be comforting and loving. Amazing for home and hugs and all things tender and loving. Now pregnant with my second as we delve into fall, I feel gentle, tender and loving and Amour calls me. I've purchased a 50 ml bottle and it's exactly what I'm in the mood for. This is such a winter fragrance. Cold air just makes this one shine!
Summary: This is the first perfume I've ever come across with a rice note in it. I can't describe what makes this scent so milky and spicy but I am assuming it's the rice. Whatever the case, it is so beautiful. I'm a big fan of Hypnotic Poison and I do smell some similarities. This is a bit more subtle and it reminds me of a chai spice latte or something. Simply gorgeous and unique in a world of vanillas and gourmands. Very exotic with good sillage and longevity.
Summary: I had this, then sold it back in 2008 because of that plastic/modeling clay accord, which is present whenever heliotrope is part of the recipe. Amour is essentially heliotropin, 2-Acetyl-1-pyrroline (rice note), vanillin, white musk, sandalwood, a dash of maltol (sweet milk) with a bit of plumeria, and I LOVE IT!! You weren't expecting a chemistry lesson, were you?