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Ambero Bvlgari for men

Ambero Bvlgari for men
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Ambero by Bvlgari is a Oriental Woody fragrance for men. This is a new fragrance. Ambero was launched in 2016. The nose behind this fragrance is Jacques Cavallier. The fragrance features ginger, pink pepper, saffron and olibanum.

Perfume rating: 4.60 out of 5 with 7 votes.

Fragrance Notes

Ginger Pink Pepper Saffron Olibanum

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Ambero Fragrance Reviews


Musky, spicy, rosey, powdery.

I really likeable smell. Not unique as I hoped since it is the "Private Collection" but still a very good smell.



I was lucky enough to recently try a tester of this at the Bvlgari display in David Jones store in Sydney. The bottle itself wasn't on display as they will not be selling these until late February 2017, but the SA knew that I would be interested, so he bought out the tester bottles of this one, and the Onekh leather one and the Gyan jasmine/patchouli one.

The bottles are stunning in person and are a nice counter-point to the female Le Gemme series.

Ambero starts out very Oriental. The ginger, saffron and pepper are all distinguishable and soon the fragrance settles on the skin as a comfortable and familiar amber style of fragrance. Unlike a lot of other amber fragrances on the market, this one is not paired with tonka, vanilla or any type of dried fruit. However the familiarity I think comes from the recently released Colonia Ambra from Acqua di Parma.

As to longevity and sillage, I can't yet comment as I've only been wearing this for 2 hours. However, these are all EDP's so I would hope both would be considerable.

Of the 3 I tried I think that Gyan is the most unique and probably full bottle worthy.


Nice....the notes are very interesting.


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