Dragonfly by Zoologist

A fantasy aquatic flower with bitter sweet aroma. It's gently mid-summer green, to the point of becoming waxy like the smell of the glossy skin of ripe fruit. 

Zoologist masterfully interpret the rich warm aroma through which dragonflies  rush while patroling wild ponds surfaces in August.

Be careful though, Dragonflies are beautiful predators after all. 

Perfumer: Juan Perez

The Sniff on Dragonfly: "The first thing that we noticed when applying this scent is a huge collaboration between the aldehydes and the heliotrope. The aldehydes in this scent are lively but soapy, they're less citrus than aldehydes can be, but have a vibrancy nevertheless." Read full review.