Described by Luca Turin as a "huge floral," DALI was approached with some trepidation, as it is described herein as a masculine scent. How could a masculine scent be a huge floral I asked myself.
Well, Turin's description is a bit misleading. This begins with a huge floral burst that is quite pleasant, but it soon warms down to an amber wood, that is slightly sweet but not in a bad way.
It is one of the better ambers I have encountered as it is refined and sophisticated. No sillage to report and longevity is not great, but perfectly nice on its own terms.
This is the only Salvador Dali scent, the names of which are confusing and repetitive (for example the scent entitled Salvador Dali is not the same as the one entitled Dali or for that matter, the one entitled Salvador) which Turin has honored with four stars. They are deserved in my opinion.