The fruity raspberry start - topped up by a peachy mango - influenced undertone, is freshened up a bit by a bergamot impression; at times I get whiffs of neroli
The drydown brings in the floral power: first and foremost the jasmine and the rose that give this product its name. The jasmine is not exactly in the foreground
but more blending in with the rest, and the same can be said about the rose. The rose is light and on the bright side.
The base ends in white musks mainly, with hints of labdanum, hints of touches of cardamom and a soft patchouli; this is again not a dark but quite a bright
I get moderate sillage, very good projection and six hours of longevity on my skin.
A pleasant spring scent, nothing special but overall crafted well. 3/5