Danny Seo Reserve Australia ~ new fragrance

Danny Seo Reserve Australia

“Environmental lifestyle expert” Danny Seo has introduced Danny Seo Reserve Australia, a followup to the brand's 2013 debut fragrance, Reserve Global

The country of Australia is a magical land where plains stretch almost to eternity and scorched deserts can be home to an oasis with lush vegetation and fragrant flowers. In our second signature scent, we celebrate the unique beauty and deliciousness of Australia with a signature scent that captures the country’s fiery sunsets, fertile farms and colorful wildflower fields. Proprietary NaturePrint science captures indigenous Citrus Pearls from the Australian Finger Limes and Smell-The-Taste technology captures the rich, sweet native Acacian Honey. And to maintain the beauty of our natural world, Australian Sandalwood adds a complexity to our finished scent. For every tree harvested, we plant 12 seeds in its place.

Additional notes include plum, greens, rose, vanilla orchid, patchouli, musk and creamy woods.

Danny Seo Reserve Australia is available in 50 ml Eau de Parfum, $65, and can be purchased from HSN.

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  1. kindcrow says:

    A honey and lime combo sounds promising. Per Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citrus_australasica), “The finger lime has been recently popularized as a gourmet bushfood. The globular juice vesicles have been likened to a “lime caviar,” which can be used as a garnish or added to various recipes. The fresh vesicles have the effect of a burst of effervescent tangy flavour as they are chewed. The fruit juice is acidic and similar to that of a lime.”

    It seems like Australian finger limes are becoming popular. I just hope that they don’t over-harvest this native plant and that they don’t clear a bunch of other native plants to start producing finger limes commercially. (I’m not referring to this perfume company. From the description, it sounds like they’re not using the real fruit in the perfume.)

    Oh, and I have an HSN coupon, and they have rollerballs of this for $20. Hmmm …

    • Robin says:

      I would love to try one, but have never seen them here! We don’t get as much specialty citrus here as in some bigger cities. But I’m sure you’re right that none of them went into the perfume :-)

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