Salvador Dali, Laguna (Salvador Dali 1991) is a very watery, beautiful, fruity floral – Laguna is a great name for this fragrance. It intriguingly reminds me a bit of Mandarine Glaciale by Atelier Cologne. Perhaps it’s the notes of grapefruit, mandarin and jasmine in Laguna, also found in Mandarine Glaciale. It really is a watery scent though, much more so than Mandarine Glaciale.
Similar to its sister fragrance, Salvador Dali, Salvador Dali, it too has a warm, powdery drydown. Actually, in the late drydown it is hard to discern Laguna from Salvador Dali. And, like Salvador Dali, it’s a very nice fragrance.
Top notes: mandarin, grapefruit, peach, and apricot. Middle notes: jasmine, rosewood, iris and lily of the valley. Base notes: tonka, cedar wood, patchouli and vanilla.
It’s been a good week for us personally. How has your week been? Good I hope…
I know there’s been a lot of hellish events around the world this week (I’m thinking specifically of South Carolina), and when I say we’ve had a good week, I don’t mean to ignore other’s pain…
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