A pleasant blend of amaretto and chocolate - reminds me of the chocolate amaretto cheesecake my grandmother makes. Don't take this scent too seriously. I like it for nights out at house parties, or anywhere it's okay for me to smell sweetly delicious. Consider CSP Vanille Amande if you're looking for something that smells more purely like amaretto.
Gourmand-y and fun, Amorito is an enticing blend of chocolate - more milky than dark - and vanilla with a jot of jasmine. It's a caramelly chocolate, a tiny bit powdery around the margins but generally very cheerful and just uplifting. Depending on how you like to wear your scents and for what occasions, this can be worn alone or layered, as per The Body Shop's intent for this and the other 8 EDTs in its "Invent Your Scent" range. Personally, I bought it for layering - in my case, with some of my more sophisticated fruity fragrances like Carolina by Carolina Herrera as well as some light rose-violet scents like YSL Paris and L'Artisan Drole de Rose. What's great about Amorito is that it's so reasonably priced - well under $20 for a one-ounce bottle of EDT - that you can buy it precisely for these kinds of layering "experiments," many of which yield you whole new fragrances, without breaking the bank. In that sense, I consider this in the same class and of the same unbeatable value as the greatest of all gourmand layering scents, Molinard Vanille, which is high praise indeed for Amorito.