The sillage of this perfume is so intensively intense and long lasting as a perfume walk over an Arabian spice base. The olfactic abundance of the Orient has immortalized Tonatto in this perfume and lays us on the trail to an exotic adventure: myrrh sings the high member of the Orient, sacrificial incense exudes its meditative effect, fine and dry smoky labdanum (the resin of the rock rose) gives that certain extra And gentle amber, a touch of musk and vanilla create a mystical-gentle and warm base note.
Nomen est omen: All in all it is THE perfume for the emperor of the emirate - but also for the extraordinary beauty at his side, which dominates the art of seduction like no other. Parfumlounge finds: Tonatto Amir is a wonderful balsamic fragrance for romantic (evening) hours, which still linger long after.
Parfumlounge Fragrance pyramid: TONATTO Amir
Head note: Pomeranze and Labdanum
Heart note: incense and myrrh
Base note: labdanum, amber, musk and vanilla
Parfumlounge Tip: Sillage
The modern term "sillage" is used to assess the perfume of a perfume, which is to be recorded the longest. In the case of champagne, one would say "departure", in the case of tones echo or reverberation. Correctly translated from French, Sillage means as much as tail water or wake water - the foaming trail on the waves of the sea, which can still be seen when the ship has long been out of sight. The stronger the sillage, the more intense and long lasting is the basic note of a fragrance.