A well designed combination of floral components, cardamom and bergamot on a citrus background greets me in
the opening blast. Is is well balanced between the fresh and on the restrainedly spicy side, and the overall impression is that of a nice set of top notes.
The drydown sees a faint anise impression meeting an very generic amber chord. The base also sports a woodsy undertone, and a dismal patchouli. On the other hand, towards the end a nice vanilla is added that ends the whole on a somewhat more positive note.
I get moderate sillage, very good projection and six hours of longevity on my skin.
A lovely first half that is well done and a touch original. Otherwise this spring scent is a bit less exciting. Overall 3/5