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Original Santal is a men's oriental fragrance inspired by the royal and spiritual splendor of India. The essence of precious sandalwood trees from India are combined with other elements known for beautiful scent, spiritual strength and calming power.
Top notes include Indian sandalwood, cinnamon, coriander and fragrant juniper berry. The middle notes consist of lavender, leaves of the absolute orange tree, rosemary and ginger. The base is composed of tonka bean and vanilla. Original Santal was launched in 2005. Original Santal was created by Olivier Creed Sixth Generation and Erwin Creed Seventh Generation.
Royal Indian sandalwood; cinnamon, coriander, juniper berry, lavender, leaves of the absolute orange tree, rosemary, ginger, Tonka bean, vanilla
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Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I really didn't get much out of this. Smelled fine but there are so many more interesting choices to wear.
I’m so pleased with my selections can’t wait to order again.
Great fragrance but not long lasting. I would buy again.