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Indian Sandalwood (2019)
by Dunhill


Indian Sandalwood information

Year of Launch2019
AvailabilityIn Production
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People and companies

PerfumerCarlos Benaim
Parent CompanyInter Parfums

About Indian Sandalwood

Indian Sandalwood is a masculine fragrance by Dunhill. The scent was launched in 2019 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Carlos Benaim

Indian Sandalwood fragrance notes

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  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of Indian Sandalwood

At the start you can smell a mossy green bergamot that has a slight annoying candy like tinge to it's nature. After a minute the soft sandalwood arrives and develops a creamy and milky like accord that is slightly sweet. Underneath the Sandalwood you can still detect the bergamot with it's slight candy like tinge. This jelly-baby candy like accord becomes more prominent in the basenotes. And basically that is it from start to finish.

Now I like the Sandalwood accord as it's very nice but the fragrance is very linear and you cannot help wanting more. It's light but does have a distinct presence but I wish there was more complexity to this one. But though I like it I think I would get bored of it quickly. It costs a £120 which I think is too much.
08th August, 2019
It's nice, but not groundbreaking. It's mostly a linear javanol.
Just a like for me.
29th July, 2019

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