The white-floral theme dominates from the word "go", with muguet and a fairly convincing magnolia-blossom greeting me with a restrained sweetness at the beginning. The other component to mention is the rather lovely anise-cookie flavour that gradually rescinds on the way into the drydown.
Later in the drydown a white tea is evident, rather gently and with some friability. Additionally, a very nice ylang-ylang appears and blends in well, but it never becomes a dominant component in this mix. Still, overall his is a pleasantly balanced composition with genuine elegant sweetness that lacks any plasticine and any candy-like characteristics on my skin.
The sillage is moderate, the projection good and the longevity five hours.
A nice spring scent without pretenses and well executed out of good floral ingredients. 3.25/5.