MCMC Humanity Fragrance, Second Edition

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by I love this scent!!!! My girlfriend got this scent and it is so good. All I want to do is cuddle with her all the time now. I normally wouldn't write a review but was on here ordering her the Savann so she can have both and had to spread the word. So good. September 21, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not as great..as expected.. I am giving my HONEST opinion on amara. If you have sampled any other perfumes from this perfumers indie websites...wow.. what a huge difference in fragrance style compared to hunter,nobel,maine or the other humanity perfumes! I adore a lot of those they are rich,resinous,really unique scents..BUT the price point on these is x2 the price,if that matters. I find this one to be very bland,none of the notes listed are really outstanding,it does last along time on skin,but does not have much sillage--or projection.The oud,and incense are not the star players in this,It actually smells alot like charmin scented bathroom paper!! sniff--if possible before indulging in this one. September 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Unique and beautiful scent I only own a few perfumes and stick to what I know, but when I smelt Amara I fell in love. It's even more special as it comes with the fantastic story of a great cause. A refreshing break from the generic perfumes on the market. September 20, 2012
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Amara Amara: a luxurious scent of Kampot pepper, jasmine sambac, incense and Kambodi Oud; reminiscent of roots overtaking temple ruins (WOODSY)
Savann: exuding the warm freshness of mango, water lily, lotus and musk, Savann is inspired by a child McClain met while volunteering at an orphanage (FRESH)

Style #:25721077 Grasse Institute-educated perfumer Anne McClain founded her handmade fragrance line MCMC, in 2008. Raised in the US and Japan and an avid traveler, McClain's great sense of adventure and appreciation of other cultures informs her way of thinking and her desire to capture fleeting memories. This second iteration of her Humanity Fragrance Project - which is inspired by volunteer trips around the globe and is meant to evoke a feeling of compassion through its scents - took shape on a trip to Cambodia, where McClain fell in love with the people, local ingredients and landscape. MCMC Humanity Fragrance, Second Edition