Lothur Samber aftershave splash
Samber was inspired by the following extract from, The Diary of a Nose by Jean Claude Ellena.
‘Amber used in perfumery is an olfactory convention which bears no relation to the fossilised resin, yellow amber, or to ambergris, an intestinal secretion produced by sperm whales. It was the first abstract smell in perfumery and appeared at the end of the nineteenth century with the invention of vanillin. This simple juxtaposition went on to generate an extraordinary number of perfumes.Vanillin and Labdanum (absolute)’
Amber Accord, Incense, Sandalwood Accord, Patchouli and Spice Notes.
Made in the UK