Parfum Extrait

by Slumberhouse

Sadanne Sizes Available:
30ml $160
0.7ml sample $6
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Here's what other people are saying about Sadanne...
Really gorgeous and very unique scent. Hardly a floral though, there's too much fruit here. I actually agree with a review that says this smells like boons wine but I rather like it, somehow the leather note balances it out and means you don't smell like someone spilled a glass of wine on you.
By   - Chef from Vancouver on 11/14/2019
A wine-y rose preceded by an immense cloud of strawberry Pixie-Stix dust. It eventually settles down and unfurls that leather note and a pleasant anise-like chord, eventually opening up into a boozy summer’s-evening cheerfulness, but that opening salvo is… something else.
By   - editor from Seattle on 7/13/2019
Flowers drenched in a syrupy, boozy reduction. Too decadent for my aesthetic, but gorgeous nonetheless.
By   - Designer from Charlotte, NC on 10/17/2017
Absolutely adore Sadanne! I wear this almost exclusively in the heat, where it radiates beautifully. Never fails to garner compliments. Sadanne is primarily a sweet rose & smells exactly like one of my old garden roses. Don't freak out, it's no where near an old fashioned scent. Sadanne is hip, modern & surprising in just how different it is. As always, try before you buy.
By   - Concierge from St Louis on 6/11/2017
Sadanne is tricksy little minx of a fragrance. Strange, yet satisfying. Her boozy, rosy, candy and lastly, coniferous character really caught my attention. Such an odd fragrance for me to be attracted to, but attracted to Sadanne I am. I had to have a full bottle too, because a sample just wasn't enough. My third favorite of Slumberhouse's concoctions. Josh Lobb strikes again...
By   - Corporate America from S.F. on 1/25/2017
My "go to" scent in hot weather. Sadanne is crisp champagne, sweet strawberries & something in the base notes that make it utterly irresistible. I've been stopped by strangers who asked what I was wearing. As always tho' try before you buy.
By   - Concierge at an Assisted Living community from St Louis on 9/1/2016
I am wildly in love with this. Fresh strawberries that are that perfect red all the way through. Maybe raspberries. Hard pitch pine needles that you can roll back and forth between your fingers, but will prick your fingers if you grab them the wrong way. And something like a drier Riesling at the back of the throat. All together this makes me smile. A reminder of hot end of summer days in the Pinelands of South Jersey. Picking wild berries. I can't stop smelling myself. I need a whole bottle.
By   - Scientist from Princeton on 5/18/2016
I only get two notes in this, and they are strong. Wine + strawberries = Boone's Farm. I'm obviously in the minority, but this just did not work for me.
By   - Student from Phoenix on 9/24/2015
This is surprising and wonderful. At first I thought it was just ok...but as it lingered on my skin it became animalic. Smells a bit like an old lotion from Victoria's Secret called Strawberries and Champagne or somthing like that. It is boozy, strawberry, and then something animalic. Keeps me thinking about it. I like it a lot!
By   - self-employed on 1/22/2015
Just realised its relation to Williams Ice Blue Aqua Velva. Much richer of course, but definitely recalls this old favourite.
By   - Retired Doctor from UK on 1/8/2015
Fir needle absolute does have a certain strawberry jam character which has been brought out here alongside the rose and other aspects. Sadanne has been described elsewhere as a yummy fragrance for girls who like to smell like a lollipop, which is somewhat unkind, I would say it is unisex and a close runner up to Norne in terms of general appeal. Amid the endless speculation as to which notes feature in the composition of perfumes like these, it is a pity the perfumers don't come on the site more often to guide us. Just to say when our guesses are getting warmer. Come on Mr. Lobb, what about it?
By   - Retired doctor from UK on 12/26/2014
This is roses with an odd combination of berries. At one point, I clearly smelled strawberry, then cranberry, and at one point maybe blackberry. There is also a whiff of smokey incense that I wish was a bit stronger to anchor the whole thing a bit more, and I also think the longevity is not all it could be, but I do like it. I think I might like it more if the roses were allowed to overwhelm the berries instead of vice versa. It's not my favorite from Slumberhouse, but it is worth a smell and I don't regret having a bottle of it. I would place it at unisex, maybe leaning feminine. Very nice overall, if not groundbreaking. I'm not sure I'm crazy about the direction he's heading. I like the crazy masculine spicy foresty ones. I'd even like to see Grev make a return, so maybe I'm not the best person to appreciate this one.
By   - Artistic Director from Louisville. KY on 12/1/2014
I received this from the 2014 fall sampler bag. You're getting a lot of rose in this one but there's a very deep and almost resinous structure that props the rose up. All the notes play off one another and it projects wonderfully. Among the many compliments, one was from a guy who probably wouldn't describe himself as all that interested in fragrances. He said he really liked it because it was really masculine! It surprised me because I didn't think it was overtly masculine but to each his own. Regardless of gender, one should try this!
By  on 10/28/2014
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