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Baldessarini Ambré (2007)
by Baldessarini


Baldessarini Ambré information

Year of Launch2007
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 190 votes)

People and companies

Parent CompanyMäurer & Wirtz
Parent Company at launchProcter & Gamble > P&G Prestige Beaute

About Baldessarini Ambré

Baldessarini Ambré is a masculine fragrance by Baldessarini. The scent was launched in 2007

Baldessarini Ambré fragrance notes

  1. Top Notes
  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of Baldessarini Ambré

Let Hugo Vanille,
This near-amberless amber,
Bend your mind a bit.
23rd November, 2017
alexmate Show all reviews
United Kingdom
Very sweet, quite cloying, but also quite addictive. The apple notes dominate at first - reminds me a bit of Boss Bottled, fairly synthetic. The Whisky note is interesting, it's sort of a sweet almost caramel smell, but also slightly woody. This doesn't really do it for me, but it was a good buy at £20.
06th April, 2017
On smell alone, thumbs up. The projection isn't big enough for me but could be a winner for others as it should be excellent for work or close quarters.

After the fruity, fresh opening that lasts for 5-10 minutes, this calms down fast into a skin scent. Drydown lasts for hours, maybe 6-7 hours.

Of all the fragrances I've tried, this is the only fragrance that I could recognize and agree with the notes listed, all the way throughout the drydown progression. It really does go from fruity to floral violet and then leather/whiskey. By the end, it all combines to have almost a tea-like smell.
06th March, 2017
Really nice scent!

Starts out smelling almost exactly like Hugo Boss Bottled #6, with the apple and orange note in the head. Over time, the fragrance gives way to a spicy, warm heart of the lavender touched by the unconventional whiskey base note. Leather is not very noticeable initially, but soon slips in casually and unoffensively.

Baldessarini Ambré is a nice citrus-amber scent that was quite pleasant to explore; as a huge Boss Bottled #6 fan, I can deem this a sort of flanker of that wonderful fragrance.

28th February, 2017
Of marriages made in focus groups, the combination of metrosexual sweet fruit with grey-flecked daddy-o tobacco must be one. The juicy stuff ticking the yoof box while the leather-tobacco base providing reassurance to any thus imperilled masculinity.
Ambré’s fruity opening is half apple half raspberry but executed in that typical fruit pulp style of so many overly synthetic creations that the main aspect it displays is of unsticky hygiene. The contrasting notes are more interesting – a leathery tobacco, slightly smoky, somewhat spicy, shorthand signifier of ‘solid gent’ in mainstream perfumery, bolstered by a sympathetic amber accord (the notes mention labdanum). Ambré straddles its two worlds quite successfully and is designed to appeal to a wide range of blokes depressing those sprays in perfume shops.
But it’s the mushiness of its execution that lets it down – it smells super synthetic and muddled after just a minute or two, and that suave base suddenly turns beige.
15th January, 2016
Yup, this is another one of those reviews, the kind where the wearer of the scent thinks it's nice but something about it just keeps you from loving it!

It may be the obvious apple note, I mean.........c'mon, apple just does not seem like a sophisticated, sexy or serious note. Does that make any sense?

Seems like it has good longevity and the scent seems to extend outward but does not choke out those close to you.

Amber is strong with leather keeping itself in the background. Nice for cooler weather and night and day.
05th November, 2015

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