First, I should say that this perfume is named after a kind of rose called Amber Queen, and is not actually an amber perfume, despite the listed note.
It’s actually a rose scent, topped with that generic fruity floral mix of cheap peach and strawberry that you smell everywhere. At this point, I’m convinced that it’s technically impossible for any perfume that features this particular fruit mix to smell expensive or luxurious, and Amber Queen is doing nothing to change my mind. This just smells like a thousand other peachy florals.
Finally, after a couple of hours, once the peach releases its stranglehold, I’m left with unconvincing rose over a smudge of greens. I don’t see any reason to bother with this, unless you’re a big enough fan of commonplace peach perfumes that you enjoy comparing and contrasting their similarities.