***Buy the Combo Set of Two and Save $10 off the regular Retail Price!***
Due to Popular Demand, we are now offering our
*** FAVORITE SCENTS OF AGARSCENTS ***
as a Combo Set of Two-in-One
Black Ambergris Indian Ocean 3ml & Ambergris Ambre Rose 3ml
*BLACK AMBERGRIS INDIAN OCEAN 3ml*
This Black Ambergris oil, named "Indian Ocean", was offered exclusively by Agarscents Bazaar back in 2006 as it was designed and composed using an authentic recipe by Sharif LaRoche for the LaRoche Collection. The Original cannot be compared to the many copycats and versions that has followed after its launch - the character, high quality and uniqueness remains unparalleled.
WHAT IS THE SCENT PROFILE OF BLACK AMBERGRIS INDIAN OCEAN
Our black Indian Ocean Ambergris oil is naturally thick, rich and musky sweet. It rubs on with a natural licorice like herbal top note, which mellows down into the sweet slightly oceanic animalic 'basement like mildewy' muskiness that stays on your skin for hours.
Perfumer's Note: Black ambergris is the rawest form of ambergris, which means that it lacks the overtly sweet note like that of the golden and white ambergris varieties, hence it tends to be less expensive on the market. The defining character of black ambergris is similar to that of tar or pitch. The essences of note is oceanic, animalic fecal, mildewy, sour, bittersweet, musky, sharp, penetrating and naturally spicy similar to that of dried cloves.
*AMBERGRIS AMBRE ROSE 3ml*
Classic Signature Scent by Sharif LaRoche -
oceanic Ambergris with its subtle notes of sweet animalic musk, carefully composed with Royal Indian Amber for rich, warm and spicy base notes of distinguished integrity and nobility. Infused as a whispering veil of beauty, Rose Damascena opens up the soul of Ambergris Ambre Rose... to bring out the irresistible charm and fine character... elegant, classic, divine.
Intended as a unisex mid afternoon to evening scent... attracting positive energy and healthy interaction.
WHAT IS AMBERGRIS AND WHERE IS IT FOUND
Due to the sperm whale's inability to digest squid beaks, it produces ambergris, an intestinal secretion to protect the stomach lining. The secretion hardens within the body and gets expelled as waste, and can be found floating in the waters where the sperm whales reside; off the coasts of Africa, New Zealand, the Middle East and South East Asia. Ambergris has become a rare commodity and one of the most sought after substances in the world. Since the demand of rare ambergris far outweighs the production - only a mere 1% of the male sperm whales produce ambergris - finding genuine ambergris washed ashore will soon be a thing of the past.