FROM THE MANUFACTURER: Inspired by chaos and disorder, this spicy and woody fragrance masquerades an interlude moment of harmony in its heart.
Christopher Chong said: “I interpret what I see and feel into scents. All the social and natural chaos and disorder surrounding us today can be translated to a much more intimate level. The interlude moment is a reflection of all the trials and tribulations one overcomes to attain personal satisfaction and achievement.” He also explained the use of ingredients: “Amouage has established an enviable reputation for re-inventing accustomed scents. Frankincense and Myrrh traditionally smell spiritual and religious but in Interlude, they have been reconstructed to feel contemporary yet sophisticated.” Interlude man was released in 2012. Perfumer: Pierre Negrin.