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Marc Jacobs Autumn Splash Amber (2006)
by Marc Jacobs


Marc Jacobs Autumn Splash Amber information

Year of Launch2006
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 27 votes)

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HouseMarc Jacobs
Parent CompanyBenckiser > Coty Inc > Coty Prestige

About Marc Jacobs Autumn Splash Amber

Marc Jacobs Autumn Splash Amber is a feminine perfume by Marc Jacobs. The scent was launched in 2006

Reviews of Marc Jacobs Autumn Splash Amber

rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
Like a golden thread the amber winds through thr various phases of development if this creation. In the top notes a fresh gingery undertone brightens it up, whilst amongst the heart notes a woodsy impression competes with floral tones, mainly lily and whiffs of violet, to add depth and a whiff of sweetness. The latter is further supported by a gentle and unobtrusive tonka aroma in the background.

In the base benzoin gives the amber a crisper edge, a technique applied in some other fragrances too, but soon admixed Cashmeran give the wood a warm and fuzzy character that remains in the forefront until the end.

I get soft sillage, good projection and seven hours of longevity on my skin.

A far cry from many heavy and intensive amber compositions, this is a discrete and restrained amber-centric creation, wearable to office and off-duty but a tad colourless and lacking vividness. 2.75/5.
09th December, 2016
Let the ginormous bottle be understoond as an omen... the scent is nothing special in any way, and it is extraordinarily weak and short lived.

Just about any 'amber' fragrance you could find has more interest and ooomph per squirt than this. Bummer, even as a room spray.
10th February, 2010
A very warm and elegant fragrance! It opens up with an aldehydic top note, not unlike Chanel No. 5. But while No. 5 is floral, this one develops into a more semi-oriental direction - however, much more light-footed and refined than Shalimar and that stuff, you know - never becoming too sweet or obtrusive. It is so gentle, I just love this one!
29th November, 2008
Asha Show all reviews
United States
Coty Wild Musk and Marc Jacobs Amber Splash Comparison

On the right arm: Coty Wild Musk Oil
On the left arm: Marc Jacobs Amber Splash EDT

On first application:

They both had very similar sweet ambery vanilla top notes, with the CWM being slightly more sweet but with a penetrating chemical or "hairspray" smell peeking through. I noticed this quality in excess when I sprayed the CWM EDT, and have been wondering if the oil was any different. Turns out--no, it is not, however, at the start, this note is greatly diminished as compared to the CWM spray.

The MJA was a tiny bit more dry, and for lack of a better way to say it, sort of baseless. It definitely didn't have the same chemical undertones as the CWM, but likewise did not seem to have anything anchoring it either.


Both scents developed very quickly, but the MJA lost its top notes a bit faster than the CWM oil. However, as the two developed, that chemical scent from the CWM became more apparent. By this time, I was wondering if this the the Musk part of the CWM. Further, I was wondering if perhaps the CWM I wore as a young adult had the dreaded NITRILE musks. If so, it would make sense that the newer one smells different to me. Also, since both the CWM spray and the oil have it, clearly it was an intentional part of the composition. The MJA started to literally disappear--it either burns through the entire composition very quickly, or the base notes are almost non-existant.

Complete dry down:

Now, almost 9 hours later, I can't really smell anything from the MJA arm. On the CWM arm, there is very little sweetness left, but the chemical musk smell is still present, though not very strong anymore. On the whole, the CWM oil also seemed to last longer than the CWM edt, based on a previous wearing of the spray.


The MJA, is $65 retail for 10 ounces--which makes it $6.50 per ounce (could be less if found at a discounter). Due to its short longevity, it would need to be refreshed about every 4 hours, probably 1-2 sprays per wrist at least.

The CWM oil I saw for varying prices, but typically is around $15 ($11 plus shipping) for 0.5 ounce. So, $30 per ounce, but only a dab is needed and it lasts all day.

The CWM edt was around $10 at Target for 1.5 oz., so $6.67 per ounce (surprise--it is MORE than MJA). Longevity as I remember from my last wearing was more along the lines of MJA.

I think if you are a CWM lover, the MJA is actually not a bad deal, and has some of the same sweet character as CWM. However it does not have the oily chemical musk base, and fades to nearly nothing. The fading could be desirable for people who like to switch fragrances from morning to evening. Also, the low concentration of the MJA makes it a refreshing splash-type application.
09th November, 2008
Really didn't like this, which is a shame, as I loved Rain and Ivy. I found this simultaneously soapy and weak, which is criminal if you're going to call it Amber - amber should be big, golden and sweet.
29th September, 2008
This is one of my favorites. I always get compliments on this whenever I wear it. It definitely has a sensual feel to it. The perfect pefume for a night out. I love that it comes in such a large bottle especially since I can't find it anywhere now.
08th August, 2008

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