This starts off as a fairly bright resinous combination of a caramel candy and a wood component. The latter appears to be nonspecific initially, but over times
hints of cedar are evident.
With time a slightly smoky note emerges, not dark but more like whiffs of white smoke, with some reminiscences of the slightly burnt surface of a crème brûlée
surface once it has turned cold. A gentle vanilla sweetness is present in the second half, but only very discretely adding some gentle sweetness.
The silage is moderate, the projection good, and I get an impressive nine hours of longevity on my skin.
This is a pleasant amber for autumn, more on the lighter side, and well-blended. Good to try for those who dislike the dark, heavy and very smoky versions of amber.