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    Hello all, and excuse the rather long post. I need some help with amber perfumes, and I want to explain why.

    Even though we are now at the very peak of summer, and most of us are roasting,, I am starting to plan, and allocate some of my budget, for autumn purchases. I always go on an amber jag in the fall, but I haven't been as organized as I should be. I think I need (“need" haha) some more amber perfumes--true amber perfumes (not ambergris), that are pure, vanily, resiny, goodness. I already have a handful of classics, and I also have quite a few floral perfumes, thatt are largely amber, and I also have some perfumes that I think of as ambers, like Dune and Krazy Krizia, that overlap with other types of perfume, or that are in a class by themselves

    t I want to sample, and explore, in some kind of orderly fashion, the best classic, old and new, amber perfumes, and then make some choices. My goal is to fill in gaps in my knowledge, and, to fill in gaps in my collection. For some reason,, I am much better at sampling florals, and I want to acquire the same facility with ambers. Can I get some recommendations from you guys?

    My “tried” list is not completely up to date. But, even with many of the ambers I’ve tried, I probably need to revisit a lot of them, so I’m going to keep them on my test list. Even though I want to focus on Classic, middle of the road, ambers, I am also interested in trying amberesque perfumes, like leather, or gourmand, or incense (for example) perfumes, that are primarily ambers, that I have missed, because they don’t include amber in their names, or because I’ve never heard of them.

    This isn't about finding the Holy Grail amber, or the top 10 ambers, or anything like that. I really want to increase my knowledge, and try as many good ambers, and make smart buying choices..

    I've already created a little taxonomy of ambers. I has helped me wrap my head around my current collection of ambers, and it should also help me understand the ambers I sample in the future, and help me figure out if there's a place for something in my collection. I don't know how other peoplle think about ambers, but it has helped me.. There is, obviously a lot of crossover, so I am listing some in more than one category. (oh, how I wish for the skills to actually make a Venn diagram. Excel generates beautiful graphs, and I am an Excel Queen, so I might try to do that, sometime in the future..

    Here's a list of ambers that I already own, or have samples of, or at least have tried and already liked, and remember well enough to put in categories. Names in bold are perfumes I already own. I have asterixes next to the perfumes that are, currently, on the list to buy, either in large decants or full bottles.

    Amber Ambers--just the ambers ma'am
    Profumum Roma Ambra Aurea
    Ambra 114*
    Ambre Sultan*
    MPG Ambre Precieux
    Tom Ford Amber Absolute

    Herbal Ambers--ambers with herbs (duh):
    Ambre 114*
    MPG Ambre Precieux (oh that lavender!)
    Profumum Roma Ambra Aurea (I smell herbal in here, even though it appears that nobody else does. It has also been a long while. I think, that it is similar enough in style, to Ambres 114 and Sultan, that I will likely resample it later, if at all, only because they are on the expensive side. However, they also offer travel sizes now, so I might reconsider).

    Comfort Ambers--powdery ambers
    Ramon Monegal Ambra di Luna
    Farmacia Annunziata Ambra Nera* (also quite herbal, hence crosslisting)
    Musc Ravageur*

    Floral Ambers--floral hears but unmistakeably amber first. These usually involve rose. I would love to find some floral ambers that feature other flowers, like jasmine or osmathus, or of course, roses
    Shalimar (the Queen)
    Coco (I suppose this is more like a floriental, but I still count it in)
    Profumum Roma Fiore d’Ambre*
    Atelier Cologne Ambre Nui*
    Dior Ambre Nuit* (tentatively. I can't decide, because the price is just so ugh)
    Habanita
    Habanita L'Esprit
    L'Artisan Eau de Ambre*/Ambre Extreme*
    Theorema (looking for vintage parfum to go with my edt and edp)
    Youth Dew
    Youth Dew Amber Nude (my signature, in case anyone is curious)
    MAC Creme d'Nude
    Teo Cabanel Alahine*

    Spicy Ambers--warm or cool spicy, does't matter
    Solstice Ambre Couer
    Parfumerie Generale Cadjmere (PG has a lot of amberesque perfumes that I still have not tried, and is likely a goldmine of unusual ambers here, that I will end up purchasing)
    Hermes L'Ambre des Merveilles
    Prada L'Eau Ambree (the patchouli makes this one spicy to my nose)
    Montale Blue Amber*
    Montale Honey Aoud* (have a big decant of this one, that will probably last forever, but I would buy a full bottle at the right price)
    YSL Opium (I have vintage, but it's not parfum, and I want some soooo badly)
    Youth Dew Amber Nude
    Balmain Ambre Gris

    Gourmand Ambers--completely edible, chew off the arm ambers, either intentionally or otherwise:
    Hermes Ambre Narguile* (tart tatin, so beautiful, and surprisingly light)
    Parfum d’Empire Ambre Russe
    Hermes L’Ambre des Merveilles

    Leather Ambers--prominent leather note
    Shalimar

    Fresh/LIght Ambers--amber eaux and such:
    Malabah
    Prada L'eau Ambree
    Hermes Ambre Narguile*
    L"Artisan Parfumeur L'Eau d'Ambre*

    Creamy Ambers--lactonic or milky ambers
    Tokyo Milk Bulletproof
    MAC Creme d'Nude (perhaps not a "true" amber, but close enough for me)

    Green ambers:
    CK Obsession (vintage parfum)*
    Dune (I really want this to be an amber)
    Krazy Krizia
    L'Air du Desert Marroccain* (I like this one better than Couer du Desert)
    Vetiver Ambrato
    Moschino (oritginal, vintage if possible)*

    Abstract Ambers--avante garde, weird, or loaded with Ambrox, but still Amber compositions:
    Balmain Ambre Gris (Amber from Outer Space)

    It looks like I have, mostly, floral ambers. I think herbal ambers, ambers that have leather or spice, and ambers that lend toward gourmand are poorly represented.

    And, finally, here is a current list of everything that I hope to try: (some of these, I sampled years ago, but need to revisit, in light of my current collection, and sometimes fuzzy memories). I doubt I will be able to afford, much less sample, all of these, so I hope someone out there can help me edit this list, and/or make some better suggestions. I am not at all averse to desinger and value perfumes, so please don't hesitate to recommend anything you like or find interesting. It is a very long list, so maybe you can help me edit it, if there are some things I shouldn't even bother with.

    Ormonde Jayne Ambre Royal
    Van Cleef & Arpels Ambre Imperial
    Sage Amber
    Profumum Roma Ambra Aurea (well enough remembered but still want to revist, for reference)
    Profumum Roma Fiore di Ambra*
    Keiko Mecheri Cristal d'Ambre
    Ava Luxe Ambers (as many as possible. I like this house, and I should spend some money and effort on them)
    Etro Ambra
    Armani Ambre Soie
    Atelier Cologne Ambre Nue
    Annick Goutal Ambre Fetiche (is this discontinued? I'm confused. It's been hard to find, but some of the obscure AGs have shown back up)
    Guet-Apens (long shot with this one, but maybe I'll find a way to score a decant. I can't even find any for sale on eBay. And i would gladly pay for some)
    SHL777 Mortal Skin and O Hira
    Mona di Orio Ambre (I believe this is what it is called), Dojima, and whatever else looks good (and it all does!)
    Narciso Rodruguez Amber Musc (I believe, there are at least 2 or 3 others, and I adore this house)
    Narciso Ambrée
    Hiram Green Voyage 2019
    Comptoir Sud Pacifique Vanille Ambre (any other ambers herein are also probably worth trying. Great value from this house, always)
    E Courdray Ambre et Vanille
    Mancera Instant Crush (the list of Montale/Mancera ambers is neverending. Any guidance I can get, I will take)
    Kilian Amber Oud
    Clive Christian Amber Oriental
    Dupont Royal Amber
    TDC Majaina Sin
    Neela Vermeire Mohur
    PG Peau d'Ambre
    Creed Ambre Cannelle (do they have any other ambers?)
    Annuci Femme
    Profumi di Forte Ambra Meditteranea
    Boucheron Ambre d'Alexandrie (sample coming!)
    Dior Leather Oud (not an amber per se, but labdanum)
    Tom Ford Rive d’Ambre (sample coming! Turns out this will probably be more like Neroli Portofio plus amber—works for me!!)


    If you made it to the bottom of this post, congratulations! I really hope there are some more experienced noses, who find this post. Can any of you help me?

    Thank you, so very much, in advance.
    Last edited by khanada; 9th August 2020 at 01:00 AM. Reason: Updating Again 8/8/20
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    A reference amber more than Mortal Skin.
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    Apart from the very good amber options especially the ones mentioned in the thread starting post, also adding l'Occitane Ambre&Santal as one of the best ambers in terms of earthy, floral and spicy, partly also powdery and abstract renditions of this note, sort of all at once
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    Profumum also makes Fiori d’Ambre, a floral amber. Your list is pretty comprehensive. My favourites are Parfum d’Empire Ambre Russe, TF Amber Absolute, L’Air du Désert Marocain, AG Ambre Fétiche, Dior Ambre Nuit, Montale Blue Amber and Hermès Ambre Narguilé. I like the Mona di Orio Ambre too, very powdery. Kilian Amber Oud is lovely. Never thought of HG Voyage 2019 as an amber but it is really good as well. PG Ambre Ceruléen is unusual and enjoyable.

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    Emeraude is really nice. It's similar to Shalimar. Definitely go for vintage.

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    Tauer Au Coeur du Désert would be my must-own recommendation.

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    You should add Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier's amber along with Kalemat.

    +1 to Tom Ford's Amber Absolute as well.
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    Default Re: Looking for the Best Classic Amber Perfumes: Help!

    Your list is comprehensive, though one I don't see is Ambra Mediterranea. This and Ambre Sultan are my favourites. Ambra Aurea and Ambre Narguile are great, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freewheelingvagabond View Post
    Your list is comprehensive, though one I don't see is Ambra Mediterranea.
    Yes! Versilia Vintage Ambra Mediterranea by Profumi del Forte. it's a must-try.
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    Wow, it seems you're well covered in the genre. (which is not necessarily my favorite genre anyway). While I don't see a reason to add many more amber, just for the sake of it, I'll toss in a couple more. Seconding Ambra mediterranea for straightforward, powerful amber-not that it adds anything to what you have, just another specimen. For something different, Dior leather oud is probably more labdanum than leather, but of course everything is so powerful that you wouldn't call it an amber.

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    Ambre D'Alexandrie - another to consider.
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    The only glaring omission I notice is Estee Lauder Private Collection Amber Ylang-Ylang, which ofc goes under floral ambers, but it's also got a healthy dose of vanilla so it ventures into edible sweetness... almost. My only other recs are Dior Addict and Agent Provocateur Strip, and if you're interested in a little side trip, Glossier You is a pretty little ambrox/ambrette skin scent. You've covered most of my favorites already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thrilledchilled View Post
    SHL777 O Hira
    A reference amber more than Mortal Skin.
    Hi thrillchilled!

    I wondered about O Hira. I have been very impressed with Stephane Humbert Lucas' work, although I know the SouOud fragrances better (sadly growing scarce in the world now), better than I do his more recent work. I'm also leery, because, goodness gracious, SHL's perfumes come with some hair-raising prices. But with a powerhouse amber, I don't always want or need more than a decant. I believe I've some decants in the Marketplace. Thank you for the suggestion!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken_Russell View Post
    Apart from the very good amber options especially the ones mentioned in the thread starting post, also adding l'Occitane Ambre&Santal as one of the best ambers in terms of earthy, floral and spicy, partly also powdery and abstract renditions of this note, sort of all at once
    Hi Ken_Russell!

    Love your username. Ken Russell is one of my favorite movie directors, so ahead of his time (and our time. They exist in their own space/time, like an alternate universe). Thank you for the reccomendation. There are some legendary, discontinued, L'Occitane fragrances out there. How hard is Ambre & Santal to find now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cazaubon View Post
    Profumum also makes Fiori d’Ambre, a floral amber. Your list is pretty comprehensive. My favourites are Parfum d’Empire Ambre Russe, TF Amber Absolute, L’Air du Désert Marocain, AG Ambre Fétiche, Dior Ambre Nuit, Montale Blue Amber and Hermès Ambre Narguilé. I like the Mona di Orio Ambre too, very powdery. Kilian Amber Oud is lovely. Never thought of HG Voyage 2019 as an amber but it is really good as well. PG Ambre Ceruléen is unusual and enjoyable.
    Hello, cauzubon,

    It's good to know that I'm on the right path. PG has so many interesting amberesque offerings, and exploring it is kind of a project in itself. I think the same thing goes, for Hiram Green. And Profumum's Fiore di Ambre sounds marvelous. Adding it to my try list!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scents And Sense View Post
    Emeraude is really nice. It's similar to Shalimar. Definitely go for vintage.
    I love vintage Emeraude, and it's very easy to find. Adding it to the buy list for fall/winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooks Otterlake View Post
    Tauer Au Coeur du Désert would be my must-own recommendation.
    Hello Brooks Otterlake,

    I've tried Au Coeur next to LDDM, and, for me, LDDM works better. But they are both stunners, and my boyfriend prefers Au Couer. We'll probably end up owning both
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    Quote Originally Posted by badarun View Post
    You should add Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier's amber along with Kalemat.

    +1 to Tom Ford's Amber Absolute as well.
    Hi, badarun,

    I have tried MPG's Ambre Precieux, and more or less drank my entire decant. It's one of the most beautiful things I've ever put on my skin. Is that the one you're talking about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by freewheelingvagabond View Post
    Your list is comprehensive, though one I don't see is Ambra Mediterranea. This and Ambre Sultan are my favourites. Ambra Aurea and Ambre Narguile are great, too.
    Hello, freewheelingvagabond,

    Ambra Mediterranea hadn't even crossed my mind. Thank you for the reccommendation. I'm adding it to the test list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teardrop View Post
    Yes! Versilia Vintage Ambra Mediterranea by Profumi del Forte. it's a must-try.
    Hello, teardrop!

    I'm definitely trying Ambra Mediterranea. I haven't tried anything from Profumi di Forte, at all. Do they have anything else you'd recommend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cacio View Post
    Wow, it seems you're well covered in the genre. (which is not necessarily my favorite genre anyway). While I don't see a reason to add many more amber, just for the sake of it, I'll toss in a couple more. Seconding Ambra mediterranea for straightforward, powerful amber-not that it adds anything to what you have, just another specimen. For something different, Dior leather oud is probably more labdanum than leather, but of course everything is so powerful that you wouldn't call it an amber.

    cacio
    Hi cacio!

    I adore labdanum, and I haven't tried many of the Dior Prives. Definitely looking into this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    Ambre D'Alexandrie - another to consider.
    Hello, hednic,

    Is this the one from Boucheron? I'm not familiar with it, but I love vintage Boucheron fragrances, and I have lots of respect for the house. Adding it to the test list . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnyfunny View Post
    The only glaring omission I notice is Estee Lauder Private Collection Amber Ylang-Ylang, which ofc goes under floral ambers, but it's also got a healthy dose of vanilla so it ventures into edible sweetness... almost. My only other recs are Dior Addict and Agent Provocateur Strip, and if you're interested in a little side trip, Glossier You is a pretty little ambrox/ambrette skin scent. You've covered most of my favorites already.
    Hello, Sunnyfunny,

    I would consider crawling over hot coals, if it gave me access to some Amber Ylang-Ylang. I'm ride-or-die when it comes to Estee Lauder, and I feel foolish for missing out on Ambre Ylang. I also cringe when I see how much it's selling for on the aftermarket. AP Strip is also hard to find, these days. I think I have vintage Addict on my wishlist. I've never come across Glossier You in my perfume exploration, but it sounds interesting, and I'm adding it to the test list .
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    Thank you, guys! You gave me some great ideas. I'm glad I'm on the right path!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HouseOfPhlegethon View Post
    Anucci Femme
    Hello, HouseOfPhlegethon,

    I almost missed your post. I have not smelled Anucci Femme, in a long long time. I loved it, and I believe I have been watching a bottle on eBay, for quite a while now. If it is still there, when fall comes, I'll probably pick it up then. Thank you for the reccomendation!
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    Quote Originally Posted by khanada View Post
    Hi, badarun,

    I have tried MPG's Ambre Precieux, and more or less drank my entire decant. It's one of the most beautiful things I've ever put on my skin. Is that the one you're talking about?
    Yes, indeed it's Ambre Preciaux.
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    Quote Originally Posted by khanada View Post
    Hello, Sunnyfunny,

    I would consider crawling over hot coals, if it gave me access to some Amber Ylang-Ylang. I'm ride-or-die when it comes to Estee Lauder, and I feel foolish for missing out on Ambre Ylang. I also cringe when I see how much it's selling for on the aftermarket. AP Strip is also hard to find, these days. I think I have vintage Addict on my wishlist. I've never come across Glossier You in my perfume exploration, but it sounds interesting, and I'm adding it to the test list .
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    Yesterday and today I sampled Heeley Cardinal. It has amber is in the base, and is pretty dry and balsamic, as if it is only labdanum with no vanilla or patchouli. It would be classified as an incense amber, I suppose....

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    I've noticed Creed Ambre Canelle being mentioned. From the same house, I would recommend Angelique Encens and Vanisia instead.

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