Amyris Homme by Maison Francis Kurkdjian is a fragrance for men. Amyris Homme was launched in 2012. The nose behind this fragrance is Francis Kurkdjian. Top notes are Sicilian Mandarin and Rosemary; middle notes are Amyris, iris, Milk Chocolate, Coconut and Coffee; base notes are Tonka Bean and Agarwood (Oud).Amyris Maison Francis Kurkdjian eau de toilette for men is a masculine take on the flamboyant pair created by Amyris from Jamaica and iris from Florence. Simultaneously fresh and woody, this fragrance places you in a whirlwind of scents, with aromatic notes of mandarin from Sicily and rosemary from Morocco warmed with a tonka bean absolute from Brazil. Amyris eau de toilette for men, a captivating and luminous fragrance.
Amyris is a wood formerly known as West Indies sandalwood, which draws its name from the Greek amyron, “intensely fragrant”: it was in rediscovering its scent during exercises with his apprentice that Francis Kurkdjian was inspired to use it. The word itself included “iris”, which yields the core accord of the fragrance with amyris, which straddles cedar and sandalwood.
For his iris note, the perfumer uses iris resinoid, which develops striking dark chocolate facets. It is this non-gourmand chocolate effect that Amyris homme plays on to express dusky masculine tenderness by setting the iris resinoid in a coconut, coffee and tonka bean, with its hay and tobacco facets suffused with a bitter-almond flavor.
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