The opening is simple, but very pleasant: A duo of peaches and pears, fresh, fruity, and realistic characterisations of the aromas of thee fruits. Very good. Soon I get synthetic plastic-like undertone, that is a bit unpleasant temporarily and then comes a pleasant sweet and faintly caramel-like impression.

The drydown turns more floral, with vines and linden blossoms in the background, whilst a violet note plays the main tune. It is a fairly simple violet.

The base s dominated by a reasonable sandalwool, with hints of a darker musk and just a pinch of oakwood and, at times, a nigh camphoric hit.

I get moderates sillage, good projection and nine hours of longevity on my skin.

The opening of this spring scent, with its well-balanced fruitiness, is the best part,
but the rest is agreeable too. 3.25/5