Bianco D'Ambra eau de toilette VEGAN
- Κατασκευαστής: Ambra
- Κωδικός Προϊόντος: 28BI
- Διαθεσιμότητα: Διαθέσιμο
- Χωρίς ΦΠΑ: 18,31€
BIANCO Eau de Parfum
"A jus of the fragrance hard to forget, for those who choose mystical atmospheres"
OLFACTORY DESCRIPTION: Amber note Spiced Talc
Created for those who choose mystical atmospheres, this hue of Amber is blended with spicy notes to achieve a sensual, mysterious fragrance that is at the same time determinant. This then flows into a base of powdery, musky scents. The jus of the fragrance is hard to forget, Amber springs out strongly!
A simple formula of eau de parfum, nearly monothematic, yet with a complex, multi-faceted evolution that, thanks to skilled know-how, reveals its extraordinary setting strength in the formula’s most volatile transitions: enriched by the tempered presence of Nutmeg spicy notes and embellished by the flowery accord of Iris in the heart notes, this fragrance warms up in an erotic background of oak Musk.
All this has a slight Amber peak, able to present itself differently to the nose in each of its three customary stages of evolution.
EMBARK UPON A JOURNEY AMIDST THE EVOCATIVE FRAGRANCES OF FARAWAY LANDS
Traditional or more contemporary, amber jus are foundation of historical perfumery.
Their warm, intense talc notes can stir different emotions, but they remain the only ones truly capable of seducing anyone seeking the lush, mysterious Orient.
In the Collana d’Ambra, HELAN has created three different but equally magical facets of a new fragrance collection – rich, embracing fragrances that will win the heart of those who love elegant, original, unusual and sumptuous scents, difficult to pin down and perfect to express strong personalities and the charisma of people fascinated by the elegance and style of a time long gone…
What really makes the difference is not the single “Amber” ingredient, but, rather, the amber bouquet, i.e. the harmonious blend of citrusy, powdery, cistus-labdanum and vanilla notes that create a captivating fragrance of which Helan is now proposing three different interpretations: