Oscar de La Renta Rosamor This floral woody musk perfume for women was first introduced in 2004, and like other Oscar de La Renta variants, has seen success without having to resort to viral or guerilla marketing efforts or other, similar new-age assaults on the five senses in the name of getting your attention to tell you how and where to spend your money. Delicate, feminine, reliable, and even exotic in places, "Rosamor" has been thriving in a world gone mad, without sacrificing its successfully conservative, serious, and seemingly normal approaches to fragrance. Freesia, Italian Mandarin and Lily-of-the-Valley sit atop the note pyramid. Middle notes of Rose, Gardenia, Heliotrope, Ylang-Ylang and Indian Tuberose provide the strength and character of the fragrance, while Musk, Sandalwood, Tonka Bean and Tobacco live as the backbone. It's seen success since 2004, and just may enjoy even more success until the year 3004.