I love it. It smells like if you dentist was hot.
I love this extremely unusual scent. The first stroke is irritating and reminds me of my childhood, we lived near a train station and there was a smell of coarse tar. But then the smell becomes calmer and sweeter. And this tannic scent remains an intimate conspiracy throughout the long day.
Plus, I feel like no one else is wearing it. At least in Hamburg it was not known in a perfumery boutique on the Alster.
Thank you for this contrast, for this irritation, for this uniqueness.
A super well blended boozy woody fragrance.
Miyama is a long lasting leather fragrance whose oud and smoke notes push it away from being overly floral. The osmanthus oil gives it a complex fruity note that's far more interesting than single molecule representation of raspberry.
A dry, fruity, spicy white floral that's light and fresh, while being very present. Tuberose and jasmine are the stars of this perfume. Their oils from enfleurage provide a welcome je ne sais quois and easily set this apart from other white florals I've smelled.
A welcome addition to the space of cherry perfumes. Neither cloying with its presence nor overly reliant on bitter almond for its cherry accord.
A fun fragrance that is many things, boring not being one of them.
A warm, fruity, and inviting iris fragrance that stands in contrast to cold, more austere iris scents. The drydown of Palantine is what perfumes that feature sandalwood should be like!
I'm intrigued by the main accord of lavender, pineapple. The drydown has a very interesting sweet but non-cloying powdery woody accord, which is tonka forward to my nose.
A wonderful bright, radiant, full bodied, powdery fragrance. A far cry from the pairing of "mimosa" and cardamom.
It's sultry but not vulgar. Oakmoss note in it is that sought-for magic drop that many people are attracted too in Baccarat Rouge, but BR is long-time compromised and boring. Candy Mouth is head-turning, provocative, sharp and bepuzzling. An angel on a short business trip to earth, and maybe she'll take you with her on the way back.
Delightful and aptly named, brought together with such talent. I enjoy the subtle hint on my skin the following day. Pull the blankets over your head and there it is!
I have been using Feu D'Ambre for a week now and just love all the delicious and varied fragrances it exudes. Still on my skin the following morning. I want to try them all... Genius Mr Frater!