Bergamot and anise are the main players in the opening phase, underlined with an aniseed component. This is quite pleasant.
The drydown adds a jasmine that is more on the green than on the flowery side, whilst he base adds a vanilla impression that is beefed up by a soft and bright patchouli. More towards the end I get white musks, who, together with the somewhat bland vanilla, dominate the final stages of the development.
I get moderate sillage, adequate projection and five hours of longevity on my skin.
A spring scent with an opening that is a bit bland quite pleasant. Unfortunately, the later phases, especially the base, are too generic to convince, and the overall impression is that if mediocrity. 2.75/5.