Fresh verbena with some bergamot, pleasantly fresh, turning floral in the drydown, mainly lily-of-the-valley on my skin. Then wood notes develop, and the white musk takes over that gives this scent its name. The white musk is light and summery.
Overall a nice scent, but a tad unoriginal and at times even a bit generic, with little development.
Adequate sillage and projection with four hours longevity on my skin.
Not bad but a bit thin and generic. Not one of Etro's finest but pleasant. I like their bath products though, as they appear comparatively more intense.