Vetiver Dana by Dana Cologne. First released in 2001, Vetiver Dana is an aromatic citrus and spice fragrance with wood and floral accords.
The top notes are crisp and bracing with lemon, sparkling grapefruit and bergamot. This bright, fresh introduction blends quickly into an herbal heart of lavender, basil and rosemary spiced with pepper and clove and laced with pungent-sweet neroli. Tonka bean and rich cedar wreathed in musk combine with earthy and bitter-green vetiver to produce a compelling
yet subtle and smooth finish.
Dana perfume house was established by Javier Serra in 1932. Serra, former executive for the perfume house Myrugia in Spain, moved his company to Paris shortly after creating the brand. The name comes from Danae of Greek mythology, the iconic beauty who was consort to Zeus and mother of the hero Perseus. The first fragrance released was Tabu, which was made in collaboration with the famed perfumer Jean Carles and is still in production today.
The house of Dana was established in 1932 in Barcelona, Spain by Javier Sierra, formerly with the Spanish perfume house of Myrurgia. The house was named after Danae, the mother of Perseus in Greek mythology. An alleged great beauty, Danae has come to symbolize female beauty and it is her representation that graced the company’s logo. Moving to Paris shortly after its founding, the house was relocated once again in 1940 to the United States...
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