Sabi (Repost)


Dani (Henry Dunay 1998) is instantly enchanting and effortlessly cool. The citrus tinged, lush florals, specifically orange blossom, narcissus, carnation, hyacinth, tuberose, and angelica combine with spice laden vetiver to create an aromatic wonder. It’s a crisp floral like Private Collection or White Linen but it has such an inviting and warm vanillic base that it’s unique. And then moment by moment you keep being reminded of the vetiver.  It’s pure luxury.

Top notes: Indian mandarin, carnation, angelica, orange blossom and bergamot.  Middle notes: hyacinth, yellow narcissus, narcissus, jasmine, violet leaf and tuberose.  Base notes: sandalwood, haitian vetiver, tonka bean and musk.


Nose: Richard Loniewski

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