D.S. & Durga White Peacock Lily is a floral released in 2016. Created by David Seth Moltz. Notes of olenader, cebreuva, grapefruit, white lily, jasmine, cream, violet, watery notes, ambrette, and vanilla. From the brand - "A lone peacock floats over cream lilies, oleander, and a sea of alabaster violet. Orchestral pads of harps and horns drone. Pale blue fog hangs in the far woodlands."
It is an eau de parfum, edp.
Fragrantica - "When I first smell it remind me some flower in my memory, orange bloosom? almost yes but, when I smell it again and again I telling to myself “Oh my god!!!! It was a Parijat Flower!” Super duper realistic the night-flowering jasmine! I do love this so much! it bring me a lot of my childhood again, when I going outside of Bangkok. The large Parijat tree were full of blossom and it falling down on the ground with the most beautiful orange stem of the flower."
Fragrantica - "White Peacock is pungent and redolent almost to the point of decay. It's the only lily-forward scent I own, and I shouldn't have been surprised that the note has a funeral aspect to it. It's heavily indolic at first, and then calms to something more somber than macabre, livening somewhat with water and green. The development is as though a dying lily were revived - almost, but not quite. It retains a living-dead quality through its development."
Fragrantica - "It's like a cold foggy day by the water watching the swans with grey skies, it's like the beauty of a ballet dancer, ethereal, graceful and slightly sad."