Sultan Safran / Safranier (1996)
by Comptoir Sud Pacifique


Sultan Safran / Safranier information

Year of Launch1996
Average Rating
(based on 27 votes)

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About Sultan Safran / Safranier

Sultan Safran / Safranier is a masculine fragrance by Comptoir Sud Pacifique. The scent was launched in 1996

Sultan Safran / Safranier fragrance notes

Reviews of Sultan Safran / Safranier

rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
The saffron is indeed dominant throughout, initially mixed with an unripe green orange note. Floral notes, mainly jasmine-based, are more dominant in the middle phase, although on my skin the saffron still goes on quite strongly. Woodsy and darkish musk notes are present in the drydown, but on me this is in general a scent that is more on the brighter side. Whilst the opening is quite a nice mix, the rest is generic and mediocre. Moderate sillage, adequate projection and four hours longevity - overall middle-of-the-range in my books. 2/5.
01st November, 2014
Tart saffron, a strong but light spicy opening and mids, the baton passed to pink rose, then oakmoss-fresh musk, patchouli lingering at the end. A perennial go-to, still novel even having been made in 1996.
06th July, 2011 (last edited: 22nd August, 2011)
I bought Sultan Safran blind, and it does smell pretty good, and has excellent longevity.

However, I am somewhat disappointed because it's really not particularly masculine in any way that I can detect. This may not be the fault of the manufacturer who I don't know ever claimed that it was masculine, but of the internet retailers who pretty much universally put it in the Men's section. To me it's a unisex scent, and I just don't go for them all that much.

As a unisex scent I'd give it a thumbs up. But as a masculine scent my rating is neutral.

05th September, 2008
JaimeB Show all reviews
United States
I happen to like saffron, so I guess I'm predisposed to a favorable review of Safranier. The top is nice, citrusy and green; then the saffron, flowers and sweet spices declare this to be an unabashed oriental. The woody musk drydown is the perfect grounding for the other notes.

This is rather sweet and spicy, but not overly floral, in spite of the heart notes. It's soft and quietly elegant. The only drawback is that it doesn't develop a lot of sillage on me, and it becomes more muted as it progresses. Still, all in all, it's quite a good scent.
29th April, 2008
Top: bergamot, green mandarin
Mid: saffron, rose, jasmine, lily of the valley, nutmeg, cinnamon leaf
Base: patchouli, cedar, sandalwood, musk
Well, I will offer a very enthusiastic endorsement of Safranier! I think this is a marvelously dry and slightly spicy wood scent. The citrus opening is lovely but for me, quite brief. The middle is what I would call a spicy floral (emphasis on the spice) and is well integrated. The spices are dusty, dusky, woody and quite attractive. They blend together well. The base starts with creamy sandalwood. That remains at the centre, and is supported by dry and restrained patchouli. A bit of cedar freshens and adds complexity, and musk softens. But the sandalwood endures, and is excellent and not sharp as it sometimes is in scents. I like this very much.
20th December, 2007 (last edited: 05th April, 2008)
As the name suggests, there's a discernible saffron note all the way through. If you like saffron, this one does it well (with a nice woodsy, citrus feel), but if you don't, then you probably want to avoid this one. Unfortunately, it appears that this one is discontinued, but if you can find a bottle, it is definitely worth the buy and a nice, soft, yet distinctive scent for daywear.
30th December, 2006

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