This is a floral creation from the beginning: jasmine is in the foreground, initially freshened up by a good splash of bergamot and other heliotrope sparks.
In the drydown, a rose impression develops that is on the light-hearted side, with iris continuing the lighter feel, whilst a slightly more pensive iris hints at a more somber side.
Thesweetnessisvery balanced so far.
The base turns into sweeter directions, courtesy of a tonka note that is touched up with white musks. Still, this is never a cloying affair and never intrusive.
I get moderate sillage, good projection and five hours of longevity on my skin.
A pleasant spring scent, not very original but crafted carefully and with skill. 3/5.