Named after a wind that blows on the Lybian desert, Dzhari conjures Spices and red Earth baking in the sun of the medina in a North African town. Like a play on light and shadows, its woody, dry, almost mineral facets contrast with the sweeteness of Malaga wine, sun-dried dates and tonka bean. As it evolves, the scent develops an intriguing terracotta accord before setting into sandalwood and cedar warmed with Cashmeran.
Perfume family: woody, oriental
Notes: Malaga wine, date, tonka beans, incens, sandalwood, cedarwood, cashmeran