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Givenchy Amarige EDT

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Amarige from Givenchy is a radiant perfume composed of a beautiful bouquet of white flowers.

  • High-strength Eau de Toilette
  • Lasts up to 7 hours
  • A feminine, floral oriental perfume that is fresh and joyful
  • Key Notes: Gardenia, Neroli, Tonka Bean, Ylang-Ylang

Amarige is the symbol of femininity, radiating and bursting with happiness, a zest for life and generosity.

Feminine, ethereal, and beautiful, Amarige embodies the heart of femininity with soft, sweet notes that are truly radiant.

The Amarige woman is radiant and spontaneous, with a charming smile that reflects her passion for life.

Amarige opens with top notes of tangerine, violet and rosewood. The heart notes bloom at the centre, creating a pure floral with sweet, delicate notes of gardenia, a hint of a bouquet of fresh mimosa, red fruits and the warm, heady flowers of ylang ylang.

Fragrance Breakdown
Top Neroli, Rosewood, Violet leaves
Heart Citrus accord, Gardenia, Mimosa, Melon, Peach, Plum
Base Cashmeran, Woods (precious), Tonka bean, Vanilla

The bouquet finishes with the vibrant and muted, yet extremely sensual notes of ambergris, precious woods, musk and vanilla.

The name of the perfume 'Amarige' is an anagram of the French word 'Mariage.' That is why this fragrance is as intensive as a strong feeling, merry, juicy and unforgettable as a moment of happy mariage.

It is so opulent and floral that it seems like its composition includes all the beautiful flowers that exist in the world. The Amarige woman is graceful, playful and charming, a real French woman in love. She radiates joy and gives a happy smile.

The top notes are composed of fresh fruit: peach, plum, orange, mandarin, with the sweetness of rose wood and neroli. The floral bouquet, very intense and luscious, is created of mimosa, neroli, tuberose, gardenia and acacia with a gourmand hint of black currant.

The warm woody base is composed of musk, sandalwood, vanilla, amber, Tonka bean and cedar. The perfume was created by Dominique Ropion in 1991.

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