Parfums Salvador Dali will launch a new women's perfume called Laguna Maravilla. It is a flanker to Laguna (1991) and was created by perfumer Marc Buxton of Symrise the original composer of Laguna. The fragrance, which is said to invite you to travel to the Pacific islands, is described as being more intense yet even fresher, more transparent yet even more sensual...
Emphasis was put on "...giving it a more understated, up-to-date, decidedly modern interpretation."
The woody, citrusy floral is offered in two versions, one is an edt and the other an edp which both smell similar but have different proportions of ingredients for some notes.
Laguna Maravilla is constructed around top notes of lemon, bergamot, mandarin and Spanish verbena to give it a green inflection. The heart is a fresh and "very feminine" bouquet of flowers including lily of the valley, Egyptian rose, water jasmine and cyclamen. Base notes are Madagascan sandalwood, musk, amber and vanilla from Reunion Islands.
The eau de parfum is a richer formulation with headier notes resting one more Calabrian lemon, Egyptian rose and cyclamen.
Via press release