Gucci Guilty Intense (Women) is an amber floral created by Aurelien Guichard. It is almost identical to the original, but more intense notes of pepper and lilac. Notes of pink pepper, Mandarin orange, lilac, violet, heliotrope, amber and patchouli. This is the EDP, eau de parfum.
Fragrantica - "Guilty Intense is an altogether vivacious, lush fragrance. It's fun but not light, sensual but not sexy, fresh but not clean, juicy but not sweet. Because of the amber and pepper, it might be too heavy for warm weather, despite the cool, powdery florals. More feminine-leaning, but this will work on anybody. And in spite of lilac's soapy-powder quality, there's enough complexity and dynamism here to prevent GGI from ever smelling old-fashioned or frumpy. A lovely perfume."
Fragrantica - "Guilty just smells divine to me. A bit heady and spicy, but with spring freshness fraying it around the edges. I get that sort of salty/sweet play-doh accord that I'm always seeking laced throughout, likely from the heliotrope. Adding to the play-doh effect is something I've seen other reviewers cite as well -- an unlisted nutty, almondy creaminess."
Fragrantica - "This is the kind of sexy I want to be. Come-hither, feminine, sensuous...all in a subtle, delicate fashion...but it makes quite the impact, even in it's subtlety (though it is subtle only in comparison to other popular dark fragrances in the market). It's the kind of scent that stays in your scent memory. Maybe it's the lovely lilac that's dressed in warm amber, and lightly powdered in spices."