Radio Bombay

Eau de Parfum

by D.S. and Durga

Radio Bombay Sizes Available:
50ml $175
0.7ml sample $5
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A modern evocative take on sandalwood, this light airy beauty combines a central note of sandalwood with notes of musk mallow, iris, boronia, balsam fir, and a slight hint of coconut to evoke a 'spot on' of many Mumbai apartment homes. This is probably as close to the smell of my mothers Mumbai apartment. It's all the sandalwood incense burnt with the saltiness of the dampness left by the heavy monsoons. It is not for those wanting a straight sandalwood but more of an ambient sandalwood which is musky and somewhat musty. Light to moderate sillage and longevity and unisex. One of the cutest perfumes I have in my collection but it is a matter of individual taste and preference.
By   - Professor and Perfumer from Charlottesville on 3/27/2019
Gorgeous creamy sandalwood and cedar! The perfect creamy wood scent for both men and women.
By   - Project Manager from Los Angeles on 2/8/2019
Gorgeous, tropical, creamy wood! I can not get enough! The coconut seems to play very nicely with the wood and not take over. I don't get the "copper" note. I don't notice anything like that at all. But whatever, it's amazing stuff.
By   - Mommy from San Francisco on 12/10/2018
DS & Durga being site-specific and gorgeous again. The copper note at the top is quick to move on, but while it's there it adds a modern, clear note to the sandalwood and cedar proceedings. Next to the coconut in the heart, iris (or is that the less-familiar boronia?) presents as cumin-like -- a little dry, a little spice-like, and pleasantly warm. All this is delightful, and then comes the delicious drydown -- relaxed and perfectly modulated. Wonderful in all respects.
By   - editor from Seattle on 3/10/2017
I love this! It starts warm and spicy and then leaves me enveloped in a comforting cloud of cedar, which apparently no one but me could smell. Like having a secret room.
By   - Perfume enthusiast from Newcastle upon Tyne on 8/22/2016
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