Daimiris by Laboratorio Olfattivo
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Daimiris is a popular perfume by Laboratorio Olfattivo for women and was released in 2009. The scent is spicy-leathery. It is being marketed by Kaon.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesCardamom, Saffron
Heart Notes Heart NotesIris, Rum, Suede
Base Notes Base NotesAmber, Musk

Ratings

Scent

7.8 (142 Ratings)

Longevity

7.3 (100 Ratings)

Sillage

5.8 (99 Ratings)

Bottle

6.9 (87 Ratings)
Submitted by DeGe53, last update on 15.01.2019
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ColinM

516 Reviews
ColinM
ColinM
Solid violet
The opening of Daimiris is centered on a really unpretentious yet compelling buttery-rooty iris note, camphorous and dusty, quite on the “earthy” side, with a hint of bergamot, a subtle ambery-sugary breeze and perhaps a light, lively floral note or accord which provides a bit of brightness, well contrasting a really light but perceivable leathery-boozy undertone. Austere and rooty, rich but gentle and discreet, Daimiris evolves then on a violet-amber scent on light suede, with a pleasant velvety feel all over. Basically something like Dzonghka, just more simple and lively, less complex - and less charming. And once violet, amber and leather start to dominate the sillage, you may also think of Jil Sander Man for a while. Not the most original scent around, but well made, solid and refined, and pleasantly understated without smelling dull. Another good one from Laboratorio Olfattivo, albeit not among their best ones.

7,5/10
7.0/10
Sherapop

1239 Reviews
Sherapop
Sherapop
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Lessons in Ambergris
Laboratorio Olfattivo DAIMIRIS opens very boozily, so the rum note is no joke. From there, I am reminded of Balmain AMBRE GRIS because that edgy ambergris accord (I believe it is the synthetic component which is used to mimic the salty quality of natural ambergris...) is very much on display. Not labdanum amber, no. The texture (not the scent...) is closer to a titanium metal mesh than to a viscous golden gleam.

In neither AMBRE GRIS nor DAIMIRIS is the rich, thick, quality of labdanum-vanillin-benzoin amber perceptible. This may be a source of disappointment to some, if they were looking for amber as opposed to ambergris (same story for AMBRE GRIS, which many reviewers have criticized for lacking amber, apparently unaware that synthetic ambergris does not smell like labdanum amber at all...). But it is what it is, and it's not what it's not.

Anyway, the most distinctive part of DAIMIRIS to my nose is definitely the saffron note, which crescendos as the perfume develops and abides in the drydown. This is a unique perfume well-worth testing by anyone who likes saffron. I like the rum opening, too, despite the fact that I do not like rum. I think that the booziness is not specifically rum-like, perhaps because it is moderated somewhat by the "daim" candy note? Don't know. I only know that this perfume smells good at every stage and is absolutely unisex.

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