Rosamor by Oscar de la Renta is a Floral Woody Musk fragrance for women. Rosamor was launched in 2004. The nose behind this fragrance is Beatrice Piquet. Top notes are Freesia, Italian Mandarin and Lily-of-the-Valley; middle notes are Rose, Gardenia, Heliotrope, Ylang-Ylang and Indian Tuberose; base notes are Musk, Sandalwood, Tonka Bean and Tobacco.
Rosamor is delicate, sensuous and gleeful. Spanish words for rose and love are united in the name of the perfume, so it is an ideal present for a woman you love. It brings a beautiful harmony of flowers and wood, along with a tender whisper of balmy spiced notes and musk at the base. The composition opens with a juicy mandarin and a rear pink lily-of-the-valley.
As it develops, the flowers become more intensive, revealing ylang-ylang, tuberose, rose and heliotrope at the heart. The base is composed of woody notes, Tonka bean, vanilla and musky notes. The fragrance was created by Beatrice Piquet in 2004.