Perfumery dialect: Amber Woods
Top notes: Bergamot, black pepper
Heart notes: Raspberry, iris, sandalwood
Base notes: Amber, labdanum, woods, musks
Ingredients: Alcohol (denat), Parfum, Citronellol, Geraniol, Linalool, Farnesol, Citral, Limonene.
Woods, amber and a drop or two of raspberry, Amberama is a smooth oriental blend, with a base of resinous balsams.
Amberama grew from two seeds whose fruits intermingled, when Sarah McCartney combined early versions of fragrances she'd made for a client into a whole new one. Both were trials for a woody amber fragrance, and they combined in 2018 found out that together they made a really popular aroma. They partly named it in honor of a certain 1980s girl group, as it's got the characteristic 4160Tuesdays raspberry heart, full of fruity fun (but absolutely no banana). Its unusual notes are black pepper on top and iris in the center.