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THE ZOO - Amber Classico Modern - Eau de Parfum

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THE ZOO - Amber Classico Modern - Eau de Parfum

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A modern and fresh, yet cozy amber created by balancing white musks with orchid molecules. The tartness of gentian extract and mandarin lift the spirit.

Ambery and bright with ingredients such as benzoin from Laos, geranium from Egypt and patchouli from Bali which have obtained "For Life Social Responsibility Certification", Peru balsam which is FairWild certified and a sliver of wild Spanish labdanum for extra fluidity and sensuality. It also possesses a molecule found in ambergris, orchids and osmanthus, for the nosely effect.

Gentian, extracted through molecular distillation, is a plant common in the Chinese and Japanese pharmacopeia, but not extracted there, unfortunately. However, it is harvested wild on the volcanic slopes of Volvic, France, exactly where Christophe Laudamiel grew up. The root is extracted and smells very tangy. It is as nasty to unroot from the ground as vetiver roots and agave bulbs. The gentian scent is key in this fragrance, with mandarin for the freshness.

... notes

mandarin, orchid, geranium, osmanthus, gentian, benzoin, patchouli, white musk, Peru balsam, labdanum

... nose

Christophe Laudamiel

... ingredients

alcohol denat., fragrance, limonene, benzyl benzoate, coumarin, benzyl cinnamate, alpha-isomethyl ionone, citronellol, linalool, geraniol, benzyl alcohol, citral WITH benzoin tears-Laos, mandarin, gentian absolute LMR, geranium FOR LIFE, LMR-Egypt, patchouli FAIRWILD LMR-El Salvador

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