If light lemony fragrances are your thing, then you need to try niche line, Lostmarc’h Din Dan. Din Dan is a refreshing herbal lemonade fragrance with a playful name that is fun to say. Unfortunately, the fragrance doesn’t wear very long on me at all.
Din Dan opens up as a pretty floral lemonade. It’s tart with a little bit of sweet, not too sweet, but sweeter than regular ‘ole lemon juice. It’s like a tall glass of iced lemonade with a sprig of mint. Din Dan gets more floral and fruitier, for some reason it reminds me of sliced apples with lemon verbena sprigs. It’s like a refreshing afternoon snack on a hot summer afternoon.
Notes listed include lemon, mint, peach blossom, and verbena.
Give Lostmarch Din Dan a try if you like lemon scents or scents like Mistral Lemon Verbena, Guerlain Eau de Guerlain (the best vebena IMO), Annick Goutal Eau de Sud, i Profumi di Firenze Limone di Sicilia and/or L’Artisan Parfumeur L’Eau de L’Artisan. This fragrance is easily unisex and nice for hot summer days or “office wear”.
Din Dan is available at Beautyhabit. The 3.4 oz spray retails for $85. I also noticed this morning that they a linen spray is available. I’m curious about that. And here’s a recipe for Honey Mint Lemonade 🙂
Victoria’s Final EauPINION – This is iced lemonade with herbal sprigs of mint and verbena. I don’t like citrus so maybe I’m not the person to ask. And like all citrus, it’s very light wearing and doesn’t last long. Like summers in the Pacific Northwest.
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