Reviews and Problems with Serge Lutens Ambre Sultan
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I like it
8 June 2015
Excerpt: At first splash I think I didn't like it cause I just smelled the spices and I did not like the spices smell. But after it set up I did like it..you will smell vanilla with sandal wood it's a great smell.. The smell turn to elegant and royalty. <br />I think it's suit to men more than women.
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Great Smell, Great Value, Long-Lasting, Not Overpowering, Sensual
Excerpt: Ambre Sultan is a drier amber perfume than most classic ambers. It opens with a dry almost herbal note, then progresses into sweeter vanillic notes. I find it is perfect for cold weather wear. It's spices and sweetness provide a counterpoint for chilly weather.
Pros: Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Sensual, Sexy
Summary: This is a superb scent. My first impressions upon sampling was a very herbal, medicinal vibe which immediately hit me upon application. However this is not a bad thing, as it gradually settled into a very warm and aromatic herbal dry down.
Excerpt: This fragrance goes very smoky, smooth, like rich silk velvet on me. I enjoy its unique odour on me (Being a woman, I have always used women's oriental/spicy fragrances.) This may be unisex but definitely worth a try no matter what your perfume choice has been.
Pros: Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Long-Lasting, Not Overpowering, Sensual, Sexy
Summary: I have tried a lot of ambery fragrances in the near past, and there are really outstanding among them. AMBRE SULTAN is also outstanding. Perky Ambre Nera, shining Fiore d'Ambra, dark brown Ambre Nue, desert-dry Ambra by Etro, oriental and lush Affaf... I really like them.
Sounds perfect but surprisingly leaves me wanting more...
15 May 2013
Summary: Ambre Sultan is the first fragrance that anyone will recommend to a lover of amber fragrances as a must. It's described as spicy, resinous, dark, heady and rich and all that with amber's underlying warmth binding every note together.
Summary: We've had a very long and very cool spring this year (2014). It's now May and 48 degrees today with a forecast of snow for tomorrow. My heart cried out for Ambre Sultan. It's dry warm spices and lingering amber warm even the damp air. It is a noble antidote to these strange days.
Summary: This bottle may have sat around too long under suboptimal conditions, smells a bit harsher than what you get when you order from Lutens directly. Still great, though, and half the p,rice. needed it fast, too, which Lutens site doesn't provide.