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.