Is the Armani Code a better alternative to the Original perfume?

Do you want to know about the Armani code perfume? If yes, this post is for you.

Armani Code Sounds confused? was founded a few years ago with a mission to make premium perfumes accessible to everyone. They are primarily focused on making luxurious scents available to people at lower rates than the market.

One of the perfume scents crafted by is called “Ambery Lavender” which is inspired by Armani Code Perfume. In this post, we’ll have a look at both these fragrances to analyze whether the Ambery Lavender aka Armani Code lives up to the standard of Armani Code or not.

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Ambery Lanvender vs Armani Code:

Amrani Code was first launched in 2004 by Giorgio Armani and has won the 2006 FiFi Fragrance of the year award. On the hand, Ambery Lavender was launched a few years ago by Let’s discuss the different aspects of both these fragrances.

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The Price:

The original Armani Code perfume can be bought for $61 on Amazon for a 1.7 Fl Oz bottle. On the other hand, The Armani Code’s inspired (Ambery Lavender) perfume is available at $29 for a 1.7 Fl. Oz bottle.

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The Notes:

If we look at the notes of these perfumes, we will see a lot of similarities as the Armani code is inspired by the original one. But there are also a few differences. let’s find out:

The Original Armani code Eau de Parfum has the top notes of lavender, Lemon, and bergamot which is why it has a vanilla and Citrus accord.

On the other hand, The Armani code has the top notes of Lavender, bergamot, and Grapefruit. That’s why the perfume is a little sweeter than the original one.

In the Middle, the original Armani code has the note of tonka bean but the Armani code perfume has the middle notes of Tarragon, Guaiac wood, and Neroli.

As far as the base notes are concerned, The Armani code has 4 base notes including Suede, Vanilla, Musk, and Cedar. It has a smooth finish.

On the other hand, the Ambry lavender inspired by the Armani code has 3 base notes of Benzoin, Cedarwood, and Tonka bean. The Ambery Lavender is a subtler version of the original Perfume.

Other things to look into:

FeaturesAmbery LavenderArmani Code
Long-Lasting?yes but less than the original (8 hours)yes up to (10 hours)
Spicy FinishYesYes
Are colorant and UV free?YesNo
Free Testing?YesNo
Unisex?No (for men)No
AffordableYesa bit expensive

Armani Code Final words: is a new player in the market but they have made quite an impression in a short time of 1 and a half years. Looking at the reviews on their website, people are loving these new and affordable perfumes.

Most of these perfumes are inspired by branded perfumes just like the one we talked about on this page. You won’t be able to tell the difference but the original one and the one formulated by In my opinion, these perfumes are worth a try.