Dinar by Kelsey Berwin
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Dinar is a perfume by Kelsey Berwin for men. The release year is unknown. The scent is spicy. It is still available to purchase.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamotBergamot PineapplePineapple
Heart Notes Heart NotesCedarwoodCedarwood PatchouliPatchouli JasmineJasmine
Base Notes Base NotesMuskMusk AmberAmber

Ratings

Scent

7.426 Ratings

Longevity

7.524 Ratings

Sillage

6.825 Ratings

Bottle

6.925 Ratings
Submitted by Michael, last update on 09.12.2020.
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8
Scent
7
Longevity
7
Sillage
6
Bottle
Mantus
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Smooth deep masculinity
The first thing you can notice is an intense refreshing citric note, which also brings a fine herbaceousness and is due to the mountain moth.

At the same time the bergamot is accompanied by a fine sweetish fruity nuance, which in my opinion is responsible for the top note being pleasantly soft and coming from the pineapple.

And then there's another note, which by the way runs through the entire scent process and I suspect here that the pyramid is not complete, or that this is even the reason - DNA of Dinar.

This note brings something edgy and at the same time soft with it and also has a very light creamy and smoky tone for me and I suspect here black smooth and shiny leather, but I can't explain where this creamy smoky tone comes from - but a little reminiscent of a full ashtray of cooled cigarettes, which does not smell bad at all, rather this note sets an interesting masculine, quite light oldschool accent.

This constellation is perceptible on my skin for 15 minutes before the heart note unfolds.

Now an intense and strong woody note can be perceived, which surprisingly gives the heart note something soft, even supple and comes from the cedar wood.

The cedar wood is wrapped in a delicate earthy, very subtle sweet note, which gives the fragrance a pleasant depth and is due to the patchouli.

These two notes are surrounded by a very bright floral, slightly sweet note, which ensures that the fragrance is lifted up into the air and comes from jasmine
In the background there is another, pleasantly masculine scented note, which brings something sweetly flowery, discreetly creamy with it and the closer you get to the skin smells a hint of fresh motor oil, even a little bit of gasoline and I suspect lily of the valley or violet and my sense of scent tends towards lily of the valley
The heart note is perceptible on my skin for 3.5 hours before the base asserts itself.

Now the musk is to be noticed, which reminds however by no means of freshly washed laundry, but rather "attractively" however not urinig, or piercingly works, but rather I have the feeling that this musk emphasizes the own skin picture "marking".

The musk is accompanied by a fine sweetish spicy shade, which gives the base something cuddly and ensures a nice finish.

In total, the fragrance lasts 7 hours on my skin.

The Sillage is conceived from the outset in such a way that one is perceived very clearly at a whole arm length and this is also maintained 3 hours in such a way, before it minimizes itself in quiet steps, before the smell finally completely fades out
I would like to express my sincere thanks to our perfume "Zirkeltanz" for the bottling.
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8
Longevity
6
Sillage
8
Bottle
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An intimate oriental
Dinar is a fairly domesticated oriental, nothing wild or rough, is a tad sweet and very spicy, the truth is that I liked it, and for what it has cost me, I can not say anything bad about it.

The beginning is very effervescent, camphorated, leathery and spicy, I have the feeling of leather, but very astringent and rough, an effect produced by some spices, which I had seen in other Arab perfumes and that does not convince me, but this lasts little and the leathery note begins to emerge with more intensity and sweetness, it is not a sweet sweetened, it is rather a slight fruity sweetness, very pleasant. This part of the perfume is the most durable and remains almost unchanged until the end.

Dinar might seem to be powerful and notorious, but it is not the case, this perfume is very soft and ethereal, nothing intrusive or annoying, it is easy to carry and very pleasant. I feel it like a fresh version of Arabi Cana by Kolmaz, and although they may have a certain similarity, it is only a similar vibration, then each one is surrounded by different figurants to offer us different aromas. Dinar is more spicy and ethereal, it is a more intimate and non-offensive perfume.

The duration is very good, about 9 hours, but with a moderate projection, at the beginning is very noticeable, but soon falls and remains in an intimate aroma of personal enjoyment, although, I have been smelling myself perfectly first hours and that I walk a little cold these days, so do not pay much attention to this section, and if you are interested, try yourselves, that for the price you have, do not lose anything.

For its transparent and ethereal soul, it is a perfect perfume for any time of the year and even to use both day and night, in this aspect I liked a lot, otherwise, just tell you that despite what I say, NO It is a perfume for everyone, you have to like powerful woods and leather, and be open-minded (pituitary).

Sorry for my bad english.
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