An orangey opening with an aroma of a ripe grapefruit gives the opening a fresh and bright character. This is enriched by a jasmine note; a floral popular in the
creations of this Florentine House.
The base adds a green tea note, with a herbal undertone - think sage and basil. This dominates until the base adds a rather nonspecific woodsy impression, which is combined with a coating of white musks.
I get moderate sillage, good projection and six hours of longevity on my skin.
A pleasant spring composition with nice opening and heart notes, although not exactly breathtakingly creative. The middle stage, and the base especially, does not do it a favour with its synthetic and generic character. Overall it remains quite middle-of-the-road, abeit quite agreeably so. 2.75/5.