Taking it out of it's red box, the bottle is eye catching and original in its design. The blast at the beginning combines citrus - mainly orange - with a nice bergamot with tarragon and a fair amount of aldehydes - a fresh start.
Floral and green notes, mainly jasmine, characterise the early drydown, and later pine and cedar appear. In the base the traditional oakmoss commences shyly, and a whiff of ambergris can be detected, but the latter two never develop into anything mildly interesting on my skin.
The projection is adequate, it has limited silage and a total longevity approaching three hours. The top notes are the best by far in this scent.
A fresh and green spring scent than can be a touch sharp on some skin, but the first part is nice and not without an original touch.