Amberama grew from two seeds we planted, whose fruits intermingled, when we combined early versions of fragrances we'd made for a client into a whole new one. Both were trials for a woody amber fragrance, and we combined in our 2018 studio spring clean then found out that together they made a really popular aroma. We partly named it in honour of a certain 1980s girl group, as it's got the characteristic 4160Tuesdays raspberry heart, full of fruity fun (but absolutely no banana). Its unusual notes are black pepper on top and iris in the centre.
"Such a comforting and warm scent. Sometimes, ambery perfumes (in lack of a better word for it), can get a bit too dense and heavy for my taste, but not this one. The whiffs of raspberry gives a hint of summer and it reminds me about one of my neighbours garden, full of these happy berries."