Bel Ambre Parfum 50 ml
An intense and Woody Amber composition.
A skin fragrance.
The main accord, Amber, signs here a sensual, long-lasting and unforgettable trail.
Bel Ambre is more than just Amber: it is a tale to be told for who wears it, a tale of mystery and attraction. Rare are those who will resist the many facets of this scent.
Aromatic berries and precious spices unfold in the top notes, immediately setting the stage for a spiky confrontation between fruit and spice. A seductive sea of white flowers leaches into the heart of the scent, like a pool of cream spreading across a table, and is flanked by a wall of spices on one end and a delicate, rooty iris butter at the other. Frowning upon the frivolity of the heart, the somber base of vetiver, musk, and amber sets about the task of anchoring the scent and giving it a thrilling backdrop of dark leather to work against.
Head: Lemon, Juniper Berries, Black Pepper, Bergamot
Heart: White Flowers, Orris Butter, Caraway seeds
Bottom: Vetiver, Amber, Leather, Musks
Perfumer: Cecile Zarokian
Cécile Zarokian graduated from ISIPCA, she was trained for four years in Robertet, at first in Grasse, then in Paris. She was still a trainee when she created her first fragrance, Amouage Epic Woman. In 2011, Cécile decided to found her own company, CECILE ZAROKIAN SARL, and to set up her laboratory in Paris, in order to be able to dedicate her entire time to working freely as an independent perfumer. That's how she has created around seventy fragrances for various brands of the niche perfumery market, such as Jovoy Paris, Xerjoff, MDCI, Jacques Fath, Laboratorio Olfattivo, Masque Fragranze, or the entire Château de Versailles scented candles collection. In addition to that, Cécile has developed an artistic project with an illustrator, leading to an exhibition in Paris, which was part of the event Rives de la Beauté, then in London in 2013, and at the Triennale di Milano for Esxence 2014.
Behind the scene – By Cecile Zarokian
“I was very flattered and pleased that la Maison Jacques Fath Parfums proposed to me the project of renewing Green Water but also was a little anxious to address such a reference in perfumery... I remembered the time I was studying this classic – Green Water is one of the precursors of the family of Aromatic Citrus and a great success at that time. I exchanged and worked in close collaboration with la Maison Jacques Fath Parfums and also with l’Osmothèque in Versailles: we studied the 1946 fragrance and worked accordingly. I then submitted my trials to Mr. Jean Kerleo, perfumer and founder of this unique institution. He gave me additional details about the original perfume and its story, in order to keep up with its distinctive freshness I used lavish quantities of Neroli to ensure a qualitative result, among other ingredients.”