Saffron James Nani EDP Perfume Review

Saffron James Nani

It’s gloomy, dreary, gray and cold. I’m sick of it. So, last week I ran off to Puerto Rico. It was awesome. Now I’m back in the land of gloom, drear, gray and cold. Time to spray on Saffron James Nani.

Nani is a huge, heady Hawaiian floral and that was exactly what I wanted. The jasmine in this is perfectly indolic. The plumeria has a naturally spicy quality. The lily is huge and I can smell its pollen. With time the ylang ylang begins to take center stage in Nani. It’s powdery, green and undeniably tropical. Nani smells like wearing a lei. And that’s what I want to smell right now…traces of tropical flowers.

Jinx Falkenburg

Notes listed include pikake, pink plumeria, mimosa, lily and ylang ylang. Launch date 2008.

I urge jasmine fans to try this one. Try it if you like perfumes like Diptyque Olene, By Kilian Love and Tears, Serge Lutens A La Nuit, Chantecaille Frangipane, and/or Jessica McClintock. Nani is very feminine.

Nani has average projection and longevity. I’m reviewing the perfume spray.

Saffron James Nani comes in a few sizes. The 1 oz spray retails for $110 and the roll-on for $38 at Beautyhabit.

Victoria’s Final EauPINIONA Hawaiian lei. – Jasmine lovers will want to try this one.

Want more reviews? Try…

Sparkly Matters

Short and Sweet NYC

Basenotes – Member reviews

Fragrantica – Member reviews

*Disclaimer – Product provided by Saffron James. I am not financially compensated for this review. My opinions are my own. Post contains an affiliate link. Thanks! Product pic from Jinx Falkenburg pic from

4 thoughts on “Saffron James Nani EDP Perfume Review

  1. Yes, but we have had some sunbreaks! 😈 It’s this time of the year I start to get ‘cabin fever’. I was born and raised in Denver and it got cold, but you had the SUN most of the time. Thanks for the review. I need to try this. I find myself reaching for Costamer Dulces and Sugarwood this time of the year. A little sweet, but ahhh.. Costa Rica.

    1. I understand that the last few days before we got back from P.R. that the weather was nice here!
      I think it’s good for the soul to bust out the warm, sunny, tropical stuff this time of year. It gives us hope.

Comments are closed.