Eau de Toilette
A snapshot of fresh sophistication. Dior Addict adds a new chapter to its universe. Inspired by the smooth Eau de Parfum, Dior Addict has created an Eau de Toilette with instant appeal, subtle and piquant at the same time.Composed by Dior Perfume Creator François Demachy, the new Dior Addict Eau de Toilette is a Floral-Fruity-Woody fragrance with a strong character; it sparkles with elegance and underscores sensual accords that know how to stay wonderfully fresh.The head note of Sicilian Mandarin hooks you gleefully in, with charming tones that are citrus and fruity, acidic yet rich. The white flowers of Jasmine Sambuc and Tunisian Neroli then blend with a woody base note of Sandalwood Essence that is sensual and subtle, spiked with a touch of vanilla. Instantly attractive, Dior Addict Eau de Toilette is a fragrance in tune with its time, instinctively beautiful, free to be seductive.
Top Notes: Sicilian Mandarin
Notes: Jasmine Sambuc, Tunisian Neroli
Base Notes: Sandalwood, Vanilla
Mandarin trees grow in all the countries around the Mediterranean, but Sicily is where the finest mandarins are to be found. There are several varieties of mandarin: yellow, green and red, which correspond to the different stages of the fruit's maturation. Essence of Mandarin is one of the citrus notes that adds a fresh, fruity touch.
SAMBAC JASMINE ABSOLUTE
Jasmine is an eminently Dior flower. Rich and faceted, it is a symbol of soft femininity. Indian Jasmine Absolute brings a mix of strength and delicateness.
Native to India, Santalum Album is the most sought-after centuries-old variety in the world. In an effort to build eco-responsible relations in his quest for the highest quality raw materials available, François Demachy chose to forge a partnership with a Sri Lankan producer. The plantation, organized like a tree nursery, produces a rare quality of sandalwood.
|Shop by Price||Above 400.00 AED|
|Dilution Classes||Eau de Toilette|
|Fragrance family||Oriental Floral|
|Scent type||White Floral|
|The Nose||Francois Demachy|