Reviews and various interpretations are funny things. We all seem to glean something different from the very same ingredients. There is a particular reviewer I hold in very high regard. I thoroughly enjoy his reviews, insight, writing skills and comparisons given when I read them, yet when I try the same fragrance, I usually find that our perceptions are very different.
Well then, who is right? Actually, we both are. I'm quite certain every one of us experiences fragrances in our own, unique manner. It stands to reason that some of us, who have similar tastes, must interpret what we smell in a related fashion. It also stands to reason that those who describe a fragrance very different than myself must have a different method of processing aromas and assessing the experience.
Does the community need yet another opinion? Why, of course it does. If you're reading this, there's a good chance you're one of those who interprets scent in a similar fashion as myself. Why else would you even consider perusing this site or our recommendations? Well, since our tastes are probably on par with one another, allow me to now shut up and give my take on Fiore d'Ambra.
This juice is extremely nice but the price point is extremely unfriendly as always. However, if price isn't a deterrent, then Fiore d'Ambra may just regale with the finest rendition of spicy clove and amber you've come across. I'm not a huge fan of clove, but I have a few fragrances that showcase it in a positive manner.
Fiore d'Ambra is very substantial and sensual. It leans slightly feminine but I would wear this in a minute during the cooler months. Sillage is very good as is longevity. You can apply this in the morning and detect it easily that same night. Thumbs up from Aromi for Profumum's Fiore d'Ambra. As always, a sample wear is recommended.