Different from the amber stone (fossil resin of conifers), ambergris is a raw material of animal origin from sperm whale concretion. After a certain period of flotation, the amber gris ends up on the shores of the beaches as small fragments or big blocks. It is a rare material that synthesis allows today to reproduce skillfully. In perfume, the ambergris is often used as a fixative in the base note. In fact, it improves the persistence of a fragrance. It is also a basic note for the majority of oriental perfumes. Learn the history and the origins of this precious raw material here. Ambegris is also the main ingredient of our fragrance so.