A New Classic?
A chypre so distinctive it holds its own with the best: Azuree, Cabochard, Coty de Chypre, Diaghilev, Mitsouko. It’s a sultry citrus woodland fantasy with patchouli technically its strongest note, though in reality an hypnotic funkiness comes across that I could almost swear is oud, but it's not listed among the notes. For me this beauty was an absolute buy. Ultimately I gave it to hubby, though, so I could smell it on him and it’s become his favorite. Sir is a classic chypre with Rose and Jasmine in the heart, Bergamot, Grapefruit and Mandarin in the top. It definitely has a little of what I call the zoo, but one I want to visit. For me, it's a total wow. Base is Oakmoss, Patchouli, Labdanum. What else could it do but smell magnificent? Having sniffed through the D.S. & Durga line, I think Sir is their very best. Longevity is excellent.