Dusita Fleur de Lalita debuted at Pitti Fragranze in 2017 and was inspired by the Indian goddess Lalita. Officially released in 2018, created by Pissara Umavijani. Fleur de Lalita features notes of rose de mai, magnolia, jasmine, white lily, galbanum, ylang ylang, ambrette, vanilla, sandalwood, tonka bean and ambergris. This is a gorgeous tropical floral accented with salty ambergris.
Fleur de Lalita is an extrait de parfum.
Take One Thing Off - "Fleur de Lalita is simply phenomenal. My favorite out of the new Dusita perfumes had initially been La Douceur de Siam, but then I tried Fleur de Lalita and have been mainlining it like a junkie ever since. There is something about this perfume that excites me, and I think that it’s because it manages the same perfect balance of crisp, crunchy green “leafy” notes and warm, milky-sweet tropical florals as in Amaranthine (Penhaligon’s) and Sira des Indes (Patou), but mixes in the deeply animalic galbanum-musk pairing that makes L’Heure Exquise (Annick Goutal) so enduringly beautiful."
Fragrantica - "Such a truly beautiful, exotic and authentic scent.
Like a walk in an elegant garden in a beautiful family house in a dream like place in the tropics. So perfectly blended, fresh, dewy and creamy!"
Basenotes - "A fresh white floral fragrance, mostly tuberose & jasmine, with a touch of green in the opening rather like sweet violets. This has a moist, humid & tropical feel, & it reminds me of something else, perhaps Montale's Jasmin Full, where I think the quality of the jasmine is very similar."