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Ambre et Vanille (1935)
by E.Coudray

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Ambre et Vanille information

Year of Launch1935
GenderFeminine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 17 votes)

People and companies

HouseE.Coudray
Parent CompanyEric Amouyal

About Ambre et Vanille

Ambre et Vanille is a feminine perfume by E.Coudray. The scent was launched in 1935

Ambre et Vanille fragrance notes

Reviews of Ambre et Vanille

Not exactly amber or vanilla to my nose, but a syrupy & slightly soapy almond. Around 45 minutes in, a deliciously nutty labdanum note makes an appearance, & remains for the duration. As l adore labdanum, this saves the fragrance from being unremarkable, & makes it a very pleasant, if unchallenging, comfort scent to me.
The body cream is worth a mention here; it is more amber-dominant, highly-scented, rich & very luxurious to use.
17th June, 2012
More amber than vanilla, a very creamy and smooth starring amber slightly characterized by a touch of syrupy  and citric cinnamon that turns the smell out as a sort of rice cream body lotion with its touch of neutral laundry feel and moderate mildness. The general atmosphere reminds the hammam habitats.There is something soapy, classic and neutral as a bath foam in the air. I smell also something slightly aromatic or airy as fern of some aromatic herbs. It's very comforting and clean as a cloud full of soap dish bubbles. The final outcome is talky but mysteriously sophisticated. Romantic. Not bad.
17th December, 2011 (last edited: 18th December, 2011)
I smell Vanilla and Amber, that's all. It's very pleasant, it would be OK at work, and it costs about $33/3.4 oz.
20th February, 2007

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