Ambre Sauvage Perfume by Annick Goutal, Launched in 2015, Ambre Sauvage by Annick Goutal is a shared Oriental spicy fragrance with amber and patchouli main accords.
With very long lasting longevity and moderate sillage, this scent is recommended for fall and winters days and nights. The fragrance leads with top notes of amber and patchouli. At the heart are lavender and pink pepper notes while iris and vanilla absolute notes provide the base.
Annick Goutal, initially pianist and fashion model, trained in perfumery for several years in Grasse, France, and then founded her namesake fragrance company in 1980, opening her first shop in Paris in 1981. Though she passed away in 1999, her work continues through her daughter Camille and her longtime colleague Isabelle Doyen, who are both perfumers and product innovators. Taittinger Group, which is owned by Starwood Capital, acquired the brand in the mid-1980s but then sold the French brand to the South Korean cosmetics company Amore Pacific in 2011.