The opening blast is not so much a blast but a gentle whisper. A green tea impression is present that is light and bright.

In the drydown a vetiver is added, that is equally light, bright and lacks any hint of earthiness, harshness or edginess. The tea and the vetiver go together quite well.

Towards the end a nonspecific woodsy undertone is expressed at times.

I get soft sillage, very limited projection and three hours of longevity on my skin.

This is a green tea scent for warmer spring days, but the tea impression is toO weak and too carry the whole in a convincing manner. The other components to too ephemeral and too anaemic to make a more than peripheral contribution. The performance is poor. Still, pleasant it is and not too egregiously synthetic. 2.75/5