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Friday, December 11, 2015

Ambre Eternel c2016

Ambre √Čternel by Guerlain: to be launched in January 2016. Created by Thierry Wasser as a companion piece to Santal Royal. These are part of a new fragrance series called "Les Absolus d'Orient", a name which Guerlain trademarked on Oct 29, 2015. The next fragrance in this series may be Oud Essentiel, as Guerlain trademarked this name on Dec 1, 2015.

Thierry Wasser:
""Ambre Eternel follows Santal Royal as the second opus within the 'Absolus d'Orient' collection. The fragrance is composed of real ambergris and incense, spicy cardamom and coriander, and finished with dry woody and leather notes. It is slightly floral thanks to the addition of orange blossom. Ambre Eternel will be available exclusively in the United Arab Emirates throughout January, then worldwide in February."

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? It is classified as a oriental fragrance for men and women.
  • Top notes: coriander, cardamom, cinnamon, true ambergris
  • Middle notes: peach, orange blossom, ylang ylang
  • Base notes: woody notes, leather

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