To achieve perfect harmony, time is everything – rejoice in this elevation of the beloved aroma.
An iteration of Amouage’s iconic scent, Interlude 53 is a reflection on the power of time – six months of slow transformation at the label’s Muscat factory brings its exquisite character, and 53% perfume oil concentration to life. This intense rendition sees signature notes including zesty bergamot, oregano and pimento berry oil unfold like never before, while new additions reveal a deeper aroma that will accompany you through the years.
What makes of INTERLUDE 53 a special fragrance?
A fragrance is usually a mix of a concentrate (containing fragrant oils) and an alcoholic base. Some fragrances can also contain a bit of water and additives like liquid UV filters, stabilizers or colourants. Therefore, fragrances with a higher fragrance concentration contain more perfume oils and less alcohol, and vice-versa.
Usually, a higher perfume oil concentration means an increased performance of the fragrance (particularly longer lasting scent) – but the impact of oil concentration is much more complex and varies depending on each formula.
- Eau de Cologne (EDC) 3% - 10% oils
Eau de Toilette (EDT) 5% - 15% oils
Eau de Parfum (EDP) 15% - 20% oils
Parfum / Extrait 20% - 30% oils
- Perfume family: Spicy Woody
- Top notes: Bergamot, Oregano, Pimento berry oil
- Middle notes: Amber, Frankincense, Cistus, Opoponax
- Base notes: Leather, Agarwood Smoke, Patchouli, Sandalwood
- Aging: Maturation 8 weeks + Maceration 16 weeks
- Perfumer: Pierre Negrin