Desire by Alfred Dunhill, Introduced in 2000, Desire for men is a confident, masculine scent for the new millennium.
The top notes of bergamot, lemon, orange blossoms and crisp apple are assertive and fresh with a slightly astringent note. Patchouli is the dominant heart tone, with the fantasy scent of teak wood and lemony rose, balancing its deep, exotic earthiness. Vanilla and musk highlight the teak wood and mesh together for a warm, rich fragrance that lends a sense of mystery as it lingers on the skin.
Alfred Dunhill is a prominent British design house established in 1893. Started as a saddlery, the company reached the pinnacle of popularity when its lighter was featured in the James Bond classic film, Dr. No. A purveyor of luxury goods, clothing and fine wine, the organization revitalized and reintroduced its offerings to the next generation of consumer in 2005. The original fragrance was introduced in 1934. By 2018, there were 24 scents in the collection.