The opening note includes a mandarin part - giving lightness and freshness- and white florals - mainly muguet. This all is combined with a whiff of a green herbal element. Bright and
pleasant, with an aquatic undertone that comes and goes.
Later on I get an ambery woodsiness that combines with a very soft and pale patchouli impression.
I get soft sillage, adequate projection and four hours of longevity on my skin.
A light daytime spring scent that starts in an agreeable fashion, but the drydown is very generic and not particularly enticing. Overall the male version of Eternity is more impressive.
The performance is limited. 2.75/5.