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Ambre Noir (2013)
by Yves Rocher


Ambre Noir information

Year of Launch2013
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 19 votes)

People and companies

HouseYves Rocher
PerfumerChristophe Raynaud

About Ambre Noir

Ambre Noir is a masculine fragrance by Yves Rocher. The scent was launched in 2013 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Christophe Raynaud

Reviews of Ambre Noir

Unfortunately I am now past "A sexy night out for around the down town" as Darvant puts it, but that encapsulates the feel of Ambre Noir quite well. It has grown on me over 15 wears so that I do enjoy using it in rotation with the rest of my collection.
It feels moderately sophisticated and trumps most of what I smell around the office and for a mature man it represents an inexpensive, not too safe choice, day to day.
08th March, 2018
A generic department store fragrance with nothing standing out to give it a thumbs up. Poor projection and longevity.
03rd June, 2017
Tony T Show all reviews
United States
It seems like the perfumer was aiming for The One by D&G..
I detect no amber but a subtle woody base with no projection at all.
It's suppose to be intense but it is not..
I do get hints of tobacco-cedar and Tonka in the drydown but it's very weak and synthetic..
The bottle is even similar to The One..
This is for the Subtle Woody lovers..
02nd January, 2014
Because of a common foundation of lavender, woods, bergamot, musk, cardamom, citrus, cedar, tonka and amber my diagnosis about Ambre Noir is the following: a sort of Le male's (a bit rebel) "follower" but without a durable bath foam minty/soapy vibe (which i detect in a faintier form deprived from the minty touch and just for a while in the top) and with a sharper and darker tobacco/patchouli/bergamot/violet (may be jasmine) accord a la Police Noir. I detect the cardamom throughout (less stout than in Le Male), the lavender influence (less impressive and "watery" than in Le Male too) and a notable bergamot/musk/sharp florals/amber accord since the beginning. The dry down is sharper than in Le Male, more centered over vetiver, dry amber, flowers and woods than over a soapy/balmy tonka plus musk. The aroma is proper to a casual fragrance and represents a nice easy and youthful choice for a sexy night out around for the down town. Unexpensive and decent.
20th November, 2013 (last edited: 21st November, 2013)
I truly don't know what to think of this fragrance. Marketing image does not come for me with scent.
Do you know latest scene made by Raynaud? Well, it is much in line. It's like more sporty type of 1 Million or maybe rather The Golden Secret. Somehow more woody than Blue Secret. But instead of class it links in my head with fragrances made for Pull & Bear... Fine, refreshing. But it is not fragrance I would wear to suit. Jeans, t-shirts, suede shoes, manchester.
I am sorry, maybe my nose and brain does not want to link all impressions in way as intended.
27th February, 2013 (last edited: 04th March, 2013)

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