Amber Mystique

Amber Mystique

2013 Creation
Mixed Gender
Oriental - Floral Olfactory groups

Olfactory pyramid

Amber Mystique
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Description

Amber Mystique opens with blackcurrant, pink pepper, Taif rose. The heart mixes ylang, rose, jasmine, incense and oud wood. The base is made of: amber, patchouli, sandalwood, leather and white musk.

At a glance

A tribute to the Middle East

History

After Wood Mystique, Estée Lauder unveils Amber Mystique. The scent joins the unisex fragrance collection dedicated to Middle East consumers. Amber Mystique was created with the most precious perfumery materials, and particularly those of the Middle East.

Range

Eau de Parfum 3.4 oz.

Bottle

Amber Mystique is housed in a dark red bottle. The EL cartouche is embossed in golden.

  • No rate for this perfume 23 march 2015

    Amber and Oud are only worn in special warm occasions not for every day. i like it ...fabulous

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  • No rate for this perfume 11 october 2013

    Je vous remercie, Clair Du Jour. I greatly appreciate your help.

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  • Exceptional perfume 30 september 2013

    Amber Mystique is more “exclusive” in that it is more orientalized and more medicinal smelling than the usual very clean and svelte Lauder fragrances. The Taif rose and oud combination is in tandem with the vogue for “Arabian-inflected” fragrances. Appealing to a more “niche” audience than the regular fare.

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  • Exceptional perfume 04 may 2013

    Oud and oliban are two fabulous fragrance ingredients. They smell like mystery and sensuality.

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  • Exceptional perfume 30 september 2013

    Amber Mystique is more “exclusive” in that it is more orientalized and more medicinal smelling than the usual very clean and svelte Lauder fragrances. The Taif rose and oud combination is in tandem with the vogue for “Arabian-inflected” fragrances. Appealing to a more “niche” audience than the regular fare.

    Report abuse
    http://perfumeshrine.blogspot.com/

    Elena Vosnaki is a historian and writer, the founder and editor of Perfume Shrine, one of the most respected independent online publications on...

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