A herbal-floral citrus opening greets me: bitter and acidic lemon, a slightly darker violet and a pleasant orange blossom develop sooner after the first blast.
The later drydown emphasises the floral component even stronger, with frangipani and jasmine most evident. A milky-creamy touch comes and goes. Combined with this is an impression of
a slightly smoky black tea, which develop gradually but is strongest in the heart notes
The base is a bit sweeter, but just a bit, and a salty and slightly acerbic note balances out the sugary sweetness well.
I get moderate sillage, very good projection and six hours of longevity on my skin.
A very interesting and quite original and complex spring composition that develops very interestingly. Not all ingredients are of great quality, but the result is quite enticing.