Zoologist Dragonfly is a fruity-floral created by Juan Perez and released in 2017. Dragonfly has notes of aldehydes, heliotrope, lemon, peony, rainwater, cherry blossom, clover, iris, lotus, rice, amber, moss, musk, papyrus and sandalwood (*denotes a synthetic note).
Zoologist Dragonfly is described: "...Like a glade captured in delicate strokes upon an impressionist canvas, the rich, green floral medley of Zoologist Dragonfly transports you through a maze of moody tones and melancholy weather. This olfactory journey echoes the cycle of a cobalt pond, from the crackling light of dawn to the thick blanket of nightfall, under the gaze of the flitting dragonfly.."
Dragonfly is an eau de parfum, edp.
From Basenotes - "The peony and rainwater in the opening is so light and gorgeous. The lemony aldehydes are short lived but just enough to have another burst of freshness. Dragonfly settles down to an airy powdery iris note with hints of lotus, rice, and clover flitting gently in the breeze."
From EauMG - "Dragonfly isn’t what I expected. There’s no traces of marsh or bayou. It’s not damp or dewy. Instead Dragonfly is a powdery floral that plays up delicateness and ornateness (instead of water). In a way it reminds me of one of those rosy-cheeked Mucha‘s Art Nouveau beauties. It’s like the beautiful woman’s vanity with face powder and perfumes stored in intricately designed Bohemian glass."
From The Fragrant Journey - "The overall feeling is light and weightless. There is a mimosa note which provides a gentle breath of subtle sweetness as if from small flowers, their scent captured in the breeze. The middle wear of the perfume captures this feeling of dry heat with the combination of papyrus and rice. There is a haziness to the scent which gives the feeling of a languid summer's day."