Caramel, coconuts ans white musks are in the opening blast, which is darker in timbre than these components would indicate. The musks are accompanied by an slightly sweet incense-like accompaniment, a dyad which starts out very inconspicuously, turning up the olfactory volume over the next few hours.
The drydown adds a fruitiness, which i due to a note of medium-ripe cherries, which is accompanied by a n impression of a milky filter coffee, with only a touch of the cappuccino that is mentioned in some sources. A sandalwood, which is somewhat nonspecific on me, is lurking in the shadows at times. Then a floral core arises, which has been gradually increasing in the background and now comes to the fore. A dark-green jasmine is in the lead, accompanies by a less vivid rose, with the latter note emphasising the stems and leaves.
Towards the end the sweeter as well as the floral chracteristics rescind, leaving a darker soft muskiness with touch of a gentle ambergris, which displays only a very discreet saltiness.
I get moderate sillage, very good projection, and seven hours of longevity on me.
An interesting composition, with a few original moments mainly at the start, but some notes are a bit to generic at times, including the wood. Quite good overall. 3/5