Perfumer Jerome Di Marino created Tasman Santal to showcase the Australian sandalwood tree. In the far southern reaches of Australia, the island of Tasmania has long cultivated essential oils for fragrances.
Tasman Santal is a woody spicy perfume that's solidly unisex. The sandalwood isn't milky or creamy as it often can be, but rather is dry and woody. The perfume is warm and velvety with am ambery drydown and subtle animalic notes.
Notes: Italian bergamot, pepper, frankincense, jasmine, violet, amber, sandalwood and musks.