More ambers; more to love. This lovely perfume opens up with a rush of spice, I would say almost cinnamon in nature, along with a faint sweetness. Funny, my husband said that it smells like root beer. I can see that. That had me a bit worried. But once again, as time would tell, the scent transformed from that spicy blast to a nice and mellowed amber. This is neither harsh or medicinal, but an almost vanilla sweet, lightly spiced amber with great longevity. I would say that it leans a bit on the feminine side, but it is a scent that is close to the skin and therefore when walking through a crowd, no one would assume that a dowager is passing by. Light, sweet, subtle. A very nice amber indeed.
From the Profumum website:
Olfactory notes: Opium flowers, Amber, Spices
- Bone Rating: 4 out of 5 possible bones
- Scent: amber, spicy, vanilla, light, subtle
- Classification: Unisex
- Expense: Expensive – $240 for 100ml Parfum