Amor Amor perfume by Cacharel starts with spluttering mandarins and oranges, mixed with red fruits (black currant, they say), and after a couple of minutes it has already ticked two crucial boxes in the sexy category: the fruity gourmand, and the warm with musk. As a bonus, you will get a velvety wrap that makes it even better.
And as it progresses, it will un-tick the gourmand box and remain with the animalic side, tempered by fruits, citrus and florals. It also feels quite complex and tight, unyielding and no longer open and smiling as at the start. The warm note is even kind of bitter at times, and in the dry down Amor Amor Eau De Toilette is happy and sparkling again, truly fruity and floral with a tropical side.
Amor Amor parfum stays between Nina by Nina Ricci and Narciso Rodriguez For Her: it has the muffled red fruits of the former, and the warm, sexy animalic musk of the latter. It’s sluttier and more playful than chaste Nina, has a less impudent musky than Narciso For Her, and a playful soul that comes out at the beginning and in the end, with a sexy sombre middle.