Nut, citrus and fruit - this are the nuts and bolts of the first part.

The nut veers towards hazelnut indeed, whilst the citrus is a mix of orange and grapefruit - both on the ripe side. The nonspecific fruitiness in the background adds a bit of sweetness but nothing much more.

Later on the drydown adds a nonspecific woody element, and towards the end site a soft and rather bland patchouli is evident.

I get moderate sillage, excellent projection and seven hours of longevity on my skin.

This flanker for spring and autumn days is different from the original, but too generic in the second part and too synthetic to warrant a positive score.  2.75/5