Hi there! Today’s post is about a fragrance. Not just any fragrance, but a fragrance that I’ve loved dearly since the late 90s – Salvador Dali Dalissime Eau De Toilette. I’ve gone through numerous 30ml and 100ml bottles over the years, and I guess I really could (should?) have reviewed it sooner. Well, better late than never, right? 😁
This fragrance contains the following notes: peach, apricot, pineapple and plum (top notes), tagetes, jasmine, rose, narcissus and lily-of-the-valley (heart notes), and vanilla, sandalwood, musk, litchi, amber and tonka bean (base notes).
What does this fragrance smell like? It smells like… paradise! OK, let me be more specific. Dalissime is a beautiful mix of peach, apricot, vanilla, amber, rose and other floral notes. The 2 strongest notes are peach and rose, and they remind me of Lancôme Trésor. Dalissime and Trésor do NOT smell alike, but they share a few important notes (peach, apricot, rose, vanilla, etc), and they both have that 90s perfume aura. 🥰
Based on my experience, I’d recommend this fragrance! If you’re interested, Salvador Dali Dalissime Eau De Toilette is available as 30ml and 100ml. Prices vary greatly, but you can find the small 30ml bottle for under £15, and the big 100ml bottle for under £25.