We've been waiting for an opportunity to use this name, which we first talked about when one of our friends misheard a perfume flanker name "Amber, for men, intense" and I've been waiting to use the name ever since. . Actually, it's more of an extrait, and it's not really just for men. We made it for a customer who paid us in shares, went bust and sold the company forgetting to pay for all the unused perfume we'd made for them.
So here you have it. A little labdanum, a lot of soft woods, the barest hint of fruit - our bergamot raspberry combo - closer and softer than Amberama.