Ambergris White Chocolate Opium Perfume 3ml

Ambergris White Chocolate Opium Perfume 3ml

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We are proud to present a most intriguing line of Ambergris Scents - the White Gold of the Ocean lends itself beautifully for Gourmet Art Parfums; rich, flavorful fruit compotes with a soothing base of Ambergris. It is known for its flavorful properties in fine cuisines and delicatessen -
the new Ambergris Gourmet Collection will leave you olfactory satisfied but coming back for seconds...

Delicious, fine Chocolate will tempt you with the first whiff, a lingering sweetness, and delicate hint of exotic Opium notes...Ambergris White Chocolate Opium will get you hooked from the first droplet touching the skin...go ahead, indulge and be satisfied...

WHAT DOES AMBERGRIS SMELL LIKE
Ambergris (also called Ambre Gris, Ambra, Ambar or Anbar) has an unusual odor which is difficult to explain to anyone who has never had the pleasure of its sensual aroma. Ambergris is often described as being musky and having a sweet earthy aroma unlike any other, or a mossy fragrance reminiscent of the damp forest floor. Depending on the quality of the ambergris there can be a great variation in the fragrance. Fresh Ambergris can be found in two different types, black, sticky-soft and tar like, or as pale white soft lumps with black streaks. This precursor to matured ambergris has a strong fecal smell, the closest for comparison would be scented cow dung. Therefore, the common expectation is that ambergris is foul smelling, which is quite to the contrary.

After months, years or even decades in the ocean, the pungent odor will change beyond recognition because of photo-degradation and oxidation by sun and ocean water. It will harden, become crust-like and waxy, and take on a dark grey to black color. The pungent odor will change considerably and cure by becoming earthy, sweet, seaweed-seawater (marine) like, reminiscent of tobacco or musty old wood; animal musky with a peculiar sweet odor unique to ambergris. This peculiar sweet, rich earthy odor is sometimes compared to isopropyl alcohol without its stinging harshness, and it is also associated with the subtle sweet scent akin to babies' skin or the addictive oceanic misty-damp aroma that beach combing dreams are made of.

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