If you are looking to buy ambergris, you can contact us via the enquiry form below. We will only sell ambergris or connect you with one of our trusted sellers if you are either an established ambergris trader, or a company that uses ambergris in its product/s.
Ambergris Connect has a full HMRC Customs Import License and is EORI certified. The ambergris we sell is verified via laboratory testing (based on its ambrein content).
If you are looking for a regular supply of ambergris to use in the manufacturing of a product/s, we have the resources to create and fashion a ‘supply chain’ that best suits your needs and requirements. Feel free to enquire and we will provide you with more detailed information.
Feel free to contact us we normally respond within 2 hours. If you are a seller or think you have found ambergris please use the sellers form.
We offer 3 grades of ambergris; black, brown or white.
White ambergris is regarded as the highest grade, making it the most expensive. It possesses the most well-rounded, delicately soft, sweet, marine scent (a different league from its brown and black counterparts). Just as a well-aged red wine reaches its maximum potential when left to mature, ambergris which has been left (unfound) to ‘cure’ for many years will often present itself as a dusty bright white piece.
Brown ambergris is the most versatile of the 3 grades when it comes to all-round use. Perfect for a first-time perfumer as it can possess many of the qualities valuable in both black and white ambergris. We would recommend brown ambergris if you are less familiar with this material and are just starting out. Brown ambergris is distinct for its woodier, tobacco notes.
Black ambergris is regarded as the lowest grade. Black ambergris can be useful if someone is looking to experiment, to see if its qualities could work in the formulating of a product (perfume, aromatherapy oil etc). Black ambergris is renowned for its pungent strong smell – which is much more faecal than brown or white ambergris; this is it in its most primitive form and can sometime be soft in texture.
Prices per 1g (All samples are made up of small 1-3 gram pieces)
White = $25
Brown = $23
Black = $20
All ambergris sold by ambergris connect limited has been ethically sourced and collected from beaches
The prices displayed on this page represent our retail sample costs, not our buying costs
Please use the orm below to enquire about buying ambergris samples..