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Ambre Nue (2012)
by Atelier Cologne


Ambre Nue information

Year of Launch2012
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 45 votes)

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HouseAtelier Cologne

About Ambre Nue

Ambre Nue is a shared / unisex perfume by Atelier Cologne. The scent was launched in 2012

Ambre Nue fragrance notes

Reviews of Ambre Nue

ION-ONE Show all reviews
United Kingdom
It seems every house that want an image of exclusive opulence will release an amber (see all jewllery houses with a perfume line). It seems amber has become a catch-all description for any dense, earthy, powdered, rich, spicy dry down.

The AC achieves this dense, earthy, powdered, rich, spicy dry down in quite a novel way. There is a slightly off/dirty/spicy citrus top (reminding me of Bigarde Concentree) followed by a dense floral - the note list says marigold and that description is spot on, also with a dusty patchouli. To add interest, the scent goes a little creamy and sweet via a dry down to cinnamon spiced sandal wood. The glossy amber glow is present throughout and the scent always smells natural

If looking for a more interesting amber with a clean/dirty composition this may well be one to check out. Think about Prada Amber going out for a weekend bender, coming back disheveled, dirty and about a decade more worldly!. I'd say Tauer's L'DDM pretty well does this "amber" job in my collection.
Projection seems close. Overall 73/100
01st April, 2018
A medicinal orange scent mixed with warm amber and then the cinnamon kicks in for some spicy fun.

Pretty good projection. Longevity is good, lasts about 8-10 hours.
07th December, 2017
A supreme take on Amber with out being overbearing. This is a very smooth scent from start to finish. I would say it does start of slightly masculine with the spice. Closer to the dry down this rides the unisex line perfectly... not too sweet not to floral not to spicy. Enjoyable across the board... Try before you buy due to pricing.... otherwise Enjoy!
23rd August, 2017
Although I can tell this is an amber scent, it's a typical fresh take a la Atelier Cologne; the amber doesn't have the sharp, thick or dry qualities, the fragrance is creamy and gourmand-ish. The freshness at the beginning is replaced by a subtle bouquet of flowers. To me, this is in the lines of Vanille Insensee; not a duplicate, but both are approaching the same theme.
19th May, 2017
rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
The opening declares itself as an amber straight away, smooth but with a fresher bergamot edge initially, with judicious doses of marigold and cinnamon combining with benzoin to create the amber impression. This amber is rounded and not sharp at all.

Soon a lovely labdanum develops, together with a very soft patchouli adding additional depth and richness to the amber core. In the base added tonka and vanilla give it a sweet note, but only gently so.

The sillage is moderate, the projection excellent, and the longevity is ten hours on my skin.

A very nice autumnal and versatile amber composition that is very well blended. 3.5/5.
19th January, 2017
Ambre Nue by Atelier Cologne seems to be frequently regarded as a citrus-dominant fragrance but I really don't get citrus at all. My experience of it is dominated by the amber and labdanum, a sweet floral mix that seems decidedly feminine. To its credit, it's an interesting fragrance with potential all-season and day/night versatility.

Performance is definitely above average for the line, more on par with Vanille Insensee and Rose Anonyme than most of the other fresher fragrances.

Ambre Nue retails above the typical Atelier Cologne rate, at $150 for 100ml, though it's slightly less expensive on Beautyspin.

I wouldn't say that regard it as bad, just mediocre and unfitting on my skin.

5 out of 10
13th June, 2016

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