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Winter Nights (2016)
by Dasein

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Winter Nights information

Year of Launch2016
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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HouseDasein
PerfumerSam Rader
PerfumerJosh Meyer

About Winter Nights

Winter Nights is a shared / unisex perfume by Dasein. The scent was launched in 2016 and the fragrance was created by perfumers Josh Meyer and Sam Rader

Reviews of Winter Nights

There is one review of Winter Nights.
What an amazingly beautiful fragrance this is. I got samples of Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter two or three years ago and haven't given them much thought since then. I got a sample of Winter Nights from a fellow Basenoter last week and immediately fell in love with it. It was created by Dasein's perfumer Sam Rader along with Imaginary Authors Josh Meyer and I immediately noticed the similarities that Winter Nights shares with IM's A City on Fire, however, Winter Nights is much less smokey smelling and has some incredible coniferous notes as well and as much as I like A City on Fire, Winter Nights is a lot more enjoyable to me. Winter Nights does also share much in common with "Winter", Dasein's seasonal template for this fragrance which is a very nice fragrance in it's own right, but Winter Nights takes things to a whole new level of enjoyment for me. I love this fragrance and it may make it into my top three faves if I keep digging it like I am right now. It's just fabulous. Highest recommendation from me for Winter Nights by Dasein.
27th May, 2019

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