D.S. and Durga


Eau de Parfum

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Here's what other people are saying about Coriander...
After imbibing many scents, many overpowering with oud, amber, musk, vanilla or tobacco, I've come home to Coriander. It may disappoint some as it is a wisp of a scent, with just barely detectable notes that sparkle with pepper, juniper, geranium, and of course, coriander. You will spray it on your neck or behind your ears or on your arms, and then you will wonder where it is. But at night, when you lay your head down on the pillow, there it is: soft, gentle, soothing, relaxing. Is it worth the money? I don't know. But if you seek your own path away from the egregious scents, shy and subtle Coriander may be your perfume.
By   - Writer from Los Angeles, CA on 8/21/2021
I enjoy this a lot. The cardamom feels true; the scent is straightforward but not simplistic. Debating a full bottle. It's not at all too gourmand.
By   - Business from Boston on 10/22/2020
Coriander is a lovely aromatic and somewhat aquatic early offering from the eclectic DSD line that is one of the best scents around to wear in hot summer weather. The perfume opens with notes of cracked coriander seed (which remains throughout the stay of the perfume), surrounded by pepper and juniper needle. The heart showcases sage, clove and geranium and the dry down showcases notes of mace, magnolia and white musk. The perfume has a fresh and energetic feel to it. The slight downside is that it does not feel very natural (most notes are synthetic). Really works well in hot sultry weather. Enjoy!
By   - Professor and Perfumer from Charlottesville on 3/27/2019
I only gave this such a low rating because after a half hour, it says bye bye, and is just gone. I did really enjoy it briefly--found it refreshing and energizing. Wish it lasted... but I see from another comment that some people don't have that problem.
By   - writer from chicago on 9/10/2017
A subtle, dried cardamom green rather than a fresh lime or grass. Woody, uncomplicated. Inoffensive, but not bland. Smooth transition from application to dry down with no surprises. Gender-neutral and asexual. Comfortable rather than provocative.
By   - professor from dallas on 1/4/2016
Wow....I l adore this scent. It starts out with a slightly salty sea breeze and ends with a gentle intriguing scent of coriander....One of my favorite spices! So much more than a vanilla scent can offer.......my new go to fragrance!
By   - restauranteur from San Francisco on 5/23/2015
Oh, the scents from D.S. and Durga are divine! Coriander is a lovely soft green scent on me with a light non-sweet floral. It is long lasting which is rare on my skin - I can still get a hint of it the next morning. The quality is amazing and hubby is enjoying Burning Barbershop and Italian Citrus - just wonderful! We've tried all of the Durga scents and they are all very special. They have a unique green base that is very distinct and just set this brand apart from any other scents we've tried. A big thumbs up to Durga scents!
By   - from SF Bay Area on 2/20/2015
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