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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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Serge Lutens Ambre Sultan is one of the early Serge Lutens fragrances and is considered a bellweather amber scent. If you don't know if you love amber, try this, you'll find out quickly!  If you love amber, this is a must-have for any amber-lover's fragrance collection. Notes of rose, musk and myrtle support and enliven the amber, and it is incredibly long-lasting, pretty much shower-to-shower!

 

Review of Serge Lutens Ambre Sultan from other noses that may or may not sniff like your nose.  

from bestmenscolognes - "Ambre Sultan opens up with the amber note, that is joined by quite a resinous aroma, and a healthy dose of spice. Coriander, bay leaf, and some herbal spices are fairly heavy at the start of this fragrance. I was expecting it to be a warmer and sweeter fragrance than it is, but I instead get, a lot of sandalwood and the aforementioned spice notes. It does get somewhat sweeter, as it wears on, but it’s nothing super dramatic."

from olfactoriastravels - "I thought an amber fragrance from our dear Serge would blast me clean out of my boots, to put it mildly. What I got was a purring kitten, sleeping in my lap, spreading its warmth, not a roaring tiger that is out to have me for dinner.  Ambre Sultan is a gorgeous perfume, an amber to love, an amber to cherish, an amber perfect in its execution, but it does not pack a punch like Annick Goutal Ambre Fetiche, Armani Privé Ambre Orient, Parfums d’Empire Ambre Russe or Tom Ford’s Amber Absolute, it is a lot subtler and lower in volume."

 

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Perfume Name

Serge Lutens Ambre Sultan

Year Introduced 1993
Perfumer Christopher Sheldrake
Gender Unisex
Collection  Collection Noire - Resineux/Ambres
Notes Amber, rock rose, bay, myrtle, oregano leaves and musk
Country of Origin France

4 Reviews

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  • Maya - 28th Oct 2014

    3
    was hopeful

    I think this will be my last try with Serge Lutens. His scents, including this one, leave me thinking - nice - nothing more or less. The best way I can explain it is that even with unlimited funds, I wouldn't buy a Serge Lutens, but if a bottle was given to me, I would use it once in a while.

  • Unknown - 1st Apr 2013

    5
    Love this on myself, but would love it on a man.

    I adore this fragrance. It opens very strong, but settles quite quickly (within 30 minutes) into a long burnished glow for me. In truth, I would have been fine with a longer duration of those brilliant top notes. If you like amber/resinous frags, the investment in a spray sample of this is definitely a worthy gamble. This is one of my favorite amber frags. This feels exotic but quite refined, and not dirty like cheap incense. I can see this being equally enticing on a man or a woman. I do agree this should be worn with confidence, and if you feel self-conscious, you should perhaps look elsewhere. I don't care if anyone else likes it on me, or not-- I enjoy it enough for all of us, and I will definitely be purchasing a full bottle, as well as exploring more of Serge Lutens' line.

4 Reviews

  • Maya - 28th Oct 2014

    3
    was hopeful

    I think this will be my last try with Serge Lutens. His scents, including this one, leave me thinking - nice - nothing more or less. The best way I can explain it is that even with unlimited funds, I wouldn't buy a Serge Lutens, but if a bottle was given to me, I would use it once in a while.

  • Unknown - 1st Apr 2013

    5
    Love this on myself, but would love it on a man.

    I adore this fragrance. It opens very strong, but settles quite quickly (within 30 minutes) into a long burnished glow for me. In truth, I would have been fine with a longer duration of those brilliant top notes. If you like amber/resinous frags, the investment in a spray sample of this is definitely a worthy gamble. This is one of my favorite amber frags. This feels exotic but quite refined, and not dirty like cheap incense. I can see this being equally enticing on a man or a woman. I do agree this should be worn with confidence, and if you feel self-conscious, you should perhaps look elsewhere. I don't care if anyone else likes it on me, or not-- I enjoy it enough for all of us, and I will definitely be purchasing a full bottle, as well as exploring more of Serge Lutens' line.

  • Unknown - 13th Mar 2013

    3
    getting past first impressions

    This one starts out so aggressively that it takes great will power to stick it out until it calms down-- and then becomes utterly fascinating. I myself don't think it's worth the wait, unless one wanted to stay home in a cork-lined and sealeed room away from all family members for at least an hour. This one is only for the brave and super-confident.

  • Unknown - 4th Nov 2012

    5
    So Much Happening

    Opens as a darker, manlier, more medicinal version of Shalimar. This has more wonderful bay leaf note, stronger patchouli and woods, more green cumin, and more incense. Other than that, this is just the male opposite of Shalimar. That being said, this is sexy, a little old-fashioned, complex, and mysterious. Oh, and it has a big-pile-of-hot-sawdust accord.

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