The fruity opening - lychee with hints of snake skin fruit - is soon leading to florals being infused into the mix, mainly mimosa, gardenia, and a tuberose that is most prominent on me.
This tuberose is quite bright and not of the waxy or heavily indolic style.
Later on ambrox develops and gradually takes over, with a good lashing of white musks of middle-level sweetness towards the end.
I get moderate sillage, very good projection and six hours of longevity on my skin.
Pleasant as a spring scent, this product launched in 2018 expresses some nice ideas but it is a bit too generic to entice. 2.75/5.